SyntheticMR launches SyMRI Suite, Release Candidate 1
At the RSNA in Chicago the Release Candidate 1 of SyMRI Suite was launched.
The Suite contains both Brain Studio and Cardiac Studio and even contains some feature that may be applied to synthetic knee imaging. There was an overwhelming attention to the new software that was presented in the Sectra booth in the north building of McCormick place. ‘It is a great experience’ comments Marcel Warntjes, CEO for SyntheticMR, ‘we reinforce contacts with our Scandinavian customers and many other potential customers have a look and respond very positively.’ ‘Some say it is the greatest thing they have seen at the RSNA’, adds Erika Peterson, clinical application specialist of SyntheticMR, ‘I have seen people coming back several times for another look. It is very promising.’
The Release Candidate 1 will be spread among the existing sites and a small number of new sites for clinical validation. Validation will be done mostly on the brain, concerning diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, dementia and cancer. Feedback on the software will be implemented in the actual Release 1 which is expected to be launched at ECR in Vienna on Mars 6, 2009.