Diagnostics & Imaging

Global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) rely on Dedicated Computing to deliver the embedded systems needed to power the advanced applications of the diagnostics and imaging market.

Powering Advanced Applications for the Diagnostics & Imaging Market

As the market moves toward more advanced technology such as computed radiography (CR) and digital radiography (DR), hospitals and diagnostic centers are able to provide a more accurate diagnosis to their patients.

Improved imaging methods for higher patient throughput are essential in helping technicians work more efficiently. Manufacturers are continually looking for ways to reduce radiation exposure, improve image quality, and minimize the time required for processing.

Dedicated Computing’s embedded systems provide the power and performance needed to support market-leading medical devices.

  • Avoid costly validation and verification. We work closely with our customers to reduce the complexity of product lifecycle management, anticipating component changes to synchronize with your product updates.
  • Better utilization of resources. Dedicated Computing provides engineering expertise to help with image configuration, design services, validation, and optimization of your application for hardware. Focus your valuable resources on strategic initiatives and let Dedicated Computing help with the software stack.
  • Expertise in healthcare. Our systems are built on years of experience in the healthcare industry, with certification that includes ISO 13485.

Ensuring a Successful Migration to Windows 10

The launch of a new operating system is always a challenge. Change is hard, and in the context of stresses faced by the OEM community developing and manufacturing complex medical systems, it can be particularly daunting.

Open discussion and shared information is critical to determining a path, tapping into insights from both engineering and development teams. This “big picture” approach will help OEMs take the most strategic path as future OS decision-making nears.

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