ECR 2019 - European Congress of Radiology

European Congress of Radiology

ECR 2019
ECR 2019 - European Congress of Radiology
 
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European Society of Radiology Congress 2019
Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Main booth, X5, #511, Level 0

Opening hours:
February 28 – March 2, 10 am to 5 pm
March 3, 10 am to 2 pm

Digital future of radiology

True digital transformation begins when we can pull together the enormous amount of information now available to healthcare systems which are often too fragmented to act upon decisively.
One of the main enablers of digitalization certainly is Artificial intelligence (AI), and we are in the forefront of the AI arena: 

  • Long-term experience in AI with over 500 patents in machine learning and over 100 in deep learning
  • Powerful supercomputing framework with 400 AI experiments/day in co-creation with our network of 4,400 clinical collaborations
  • Established clinical routines with over 40 released AI-powered applications such as:

ARTIS icono. An icon of innovation.

Minimally invasive treatments have already seen a decade of great progress, but they still hold vast potential for growth and innovation.

The ARTIS icono family is designed to help you realize that potential by enabling you to offer any procedure mix in a single interventional suite. Its state-of-the-art technology will keep you at the top of your game for years to come. This is what we mean by an icon of innovation.

 

Events & Education

Videos & News

Strategies to optimize Digital Breast Tomosynthesis for clinical implementation

The advantage of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) over digital mammography for breast cancer screening has been discussed in several population-based screening trials. We spoke with Prof. Ioannis Secholpoulos from the Radboud University about different strategies to optimize the potential of DBT screening.

The future of breast cancer screening: Digital breast tomosynthesis

The Lund University in Malmö, Sweden was one of the first to carry out a large population-based study on a potential change in breast screening with the use of digital tomosynthesis. Prof. Sophia Zackrisson shares some of her findings.

News on digitalizing healthcare

We are looking forward to seeing you at ECR 2019 in Vienna!