News | September 18, 2014

Voyager Integrates HDVR Into Web-enabled PACS

Fovia’s international growth continues

Voyager Integrates HDVR Into Fovia Web-enabled PACS

September 18, 2014 — Fovia Medical Inc. and Voyager Imaging, a Australia-based international provider of radiology products for more than 20 years, have collaborated to make natively integrated High Definition Volume Rendering (HDVR) available throughout Voyager PACS (picture archive and communication system) products. With Fovia’s CPU-based, software-only HDVR solution, Voyager Imaging can further expand its fast, flexible and user-friendly Web-enabled PACS for medical specialists throughout the world.

Voyager Imaging designs and manufactures visualization products for hospitals, medical imaging centres and medical imaging groups. Voyager creates intuitive and easy-to-use products by working closely with radiologists and radiographers. The integration of HDVR with Voyager PACS empowers Voyager Imaging to provide advanced visualization to specialist physicians across LANs, WANs and the internet, as well as connect geographically distant centres — enabling remote access radiology reporting and clinical viewing across low bandwidths.

Fovia’s SDK allows Voyager to seamlessly incorporate high speed, high fidelity visualization into its PACS offerings while maintaining its existing workflows and reporting protocols. The cross-platform flexibility of HDVR facilitates cross-site reporting and viewing, thereby empowering radiologists and technicians to more efficiently review cases while maintaining the highest imaging standards.

For more information: www.fovia.com, www.voyagerpacs.com

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