Technology | November 04, 2008

U.S. Military Chooses American Made iCRco Digital Radiography Systems

The U.S. Military has selected iCRco, an American CR company, as its new digital imaging provider. iCRco’s radiography systems will ensure highly portable, fast and efficient diagnoses for our troops injured in battle.

After a rigorous selection process, iCRco’s Vertx was chosen due to its durability and exceptional image quality in the extreme environmental conditions that the systems were exposed to under the testing regiment. The Vertx CR emerged the victor, and as the lightest portable CR available, will enable the US Army to acquire digital images in battlefield situations and stationary medical offices.

Vertx CR proved to be the right choice for the US Army over any other digital technology not only on hardware but also because of its user friendly software. This will ensure quick training and workflow efficiency for the military doctors as well as the portability, affordability and the superior image quality of the system.

“As an American company, we are proud to be chosen by our own US Military. iCRco strives to produce the worlds best CR systems and for 18 years our only focus has been digital imaging. Being selected by the US Army is validation of our hard work.” stated, Mark Valentine, VP and COO, of iCRco, Inc.

Vertx was chosen because unlike competing CR systems, it proved to be the most durable system passing all of the demanding tests conducted by the U.S. Government. iCRco’s True Flat Scan Path technology will provide the Army with over 300,000 uncompromised images per plate, making it to be the most cost effective of all other major brand CR equipment. This technology eliminates any image artifacts and ensures imaging plates will never have to be replaced while producing accurate and clinical diagnostic images.

iCRco has commenced production of the military units for immediate delivery. The US Military is the newest addition to iCRco’s valued and lengthy customer list. iCRco recently introduced Clarity PACS, an image management and communications system, as an addition to its product line making it the one-stop-shop for all your digital imaging needs.

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