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December 13, 2022

IONIC Health was the only technology company with Brazilian origin to participate as an exhibitor in the largest radiology fair in the world, RSNA 2022.

RSNA is the world’s most extensive annual medical imaging exposition and the largest gathering of radiologists, physicists, scientists, and technologists worldwide. The exhibition is the premier destination for discovering the latest innovations and products in medical imaging technology and the best practices in radiologic imaging. The RSNA Exhibition offers a unique opportunity to learn about the newest radiology advancements and gain insights into the latest imaging technology and trends. With hundreds of exhibitors, thousands of attendees, and a range of educational and networking opportunities, this exhibition is not to be missed!

The exhibition holds more than 400 educational sessions, covering various topics such as Artificial Intelligence in Imaging, Digital Imaging, Molecular Imaging, and the latest products and services in Diagnostic Imaging. There are opportunities to learn about the latest advancements in radiology, discover what’s new in the imaging technology field and get insights into the imaging trends.

This year more than 2,500 exhibitors were present. The annual meeting program had more than 400 educational courses and scientific sessions from every subspecialty, in addition to 100+ industry presentations and demonstrations, which included significant players in the medical imaging industry, like GE Healthcare, Philips, Siemens, Fujifilm, Siemens Healthineers, Philips Healthcare, Agfa HealthCare, and Toshiba Medical Systems, among others!

IONIC Health was the only Brazilian technology company to participate as an exhibitor. Remote Operations Technology platforms, including nCommand, nVirtual, and nSensor, were displayed, containing successful large-scale cases in Brazil and projects already started in Europe and the United States.

We showed how nCommand makes the remote operation of MRI & CT equipment possible through a digital platform that combines robotics, hardware, and software in a non-invasive solution.

Among the innovations presented were the new robots for remote control of nCommand, which now also have a desktop software version in addition to the web version.

nVirtual was also demonstrated, allowing for Streaming [MRI, CT, PET-CT, and US] sessions enabling Collaboration, Consulting, Quality Control, Support, and Professional Training.

nSensor, the Digital sensing and Internet of Things (IoT) platform for remote monitoring displayed its new application possibilities for tracking: Helium levels; Electricity; Temperature; Pressure; Humidity; Water flow; Exam count; Compressor status; Cold head status; Error logs.

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