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MED-TAB™ / Medical imaging apparatus

MED-TAB™
MED-TAB™

Discipline: Product

Discipline: Product

MED-TAB™ is the world’s first portable color LCD display with a built-in computer for portable radiological image analysis. View, analyze and send images anytime, anywhere with this revolutionary, innovative and competitive product for the medical imaging world. Medical doctors will now have mobility beyond workstation-only viewing when analyzing cases and instant access to images with the MED-TAB™. This leads to a more efficient use of time and improved quality of care and safety standards for patients. This device is one of a kind and will reshape medical service for patients and improve professional proficiency in the radiological field.

  • ASSESMENT CRITERIA Practicability, Innovation, Target Group Fit

  • TARGET GROUPS Further specification:: Radiology

  • TARGET REGIONS Africa, Asia, Australia/Oceania, Europe, North America, South America

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME 13 - 24 months

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2015

Client / Manufacturer

IMAGE Information Systems Ltd.

IMAGE Information Systems Ltd.
London, United Kingdom

Client / Manufacturer

IMAGE Information Systems Europe GmbH

IMAGE Information Systems Europe GmbH
Rostock, Germany

Design

IMAGE Information Systems Europe GmbH

IMAGE Information Systems Europe GmbH
Rostock, Germany

Arpad Bischof

Design

IMAGE Information Systems North America LP

IMAGE Information Systems North America LP
Charlotte, NC, United States

Mike Jensen

Design

Armstel Inc.

Armstel Inc.
Richardson, TX, United States

Simon Jiang