The company is involved in research, development and production of x-ray spectral imaging systems and advanced quantitative imaging algorithms for the diagnosis and monitoring of human musculoskeletal disease.
Our value proposition is to provide end-users with the most advanced tools for accurate and cost-effective diagnosis of osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal diseases, that will reduce overall healthcare cost, particularly associated with high cost of therapy.
Quantitative Imaging algorithm
Multiple Projection/3-D Protocol
The scanner system is designed as a technology platform for quantitative measurement of skeletal geometry, tissue composition, joint alignment and other musculoskeletal characteristics required for applications in orthopaedics, pediatrics, osteoporosis assessment and others.
The scanner takes full advantage of its multiple projection capabilities and the spectral information (i.e. high-quality dual energy) that can be obtained by a counting detector imaging system to provide dimensionally correct, soft tissue subtracted (bone only) and bone subtracted (soft tissue only) images of any body region.
The software algorithm includes x-ray imaging that incorporates spectroscopic information, 2-D and 3-D acquisition methods, quantitative methods for tissue characterization and engineering analyses for evaluation of bone mechanical structure and strength.