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In this invention, an approach is proposed to image the electrical impedance (conductivity and permittivity) properties of biological tissues. This approach is based on electrical current induction using ultrasound together with an applied static... more
The company is offering this technology to partners that can add technical advantages to the technology through research cooperation, and/or to partners that can manufacture and/or commercialize the medical imaging... more
A Greek SME with significant research and professional experience in the field of biomedical engineering and mainly in the emerging molecular imaging technology has developed two novel systems for in-vivo molecular... more
A Greek SME with significant research and professional experience in the field of biomedical engineering and mainly in the emerging molecular imaging technology has developed three innovative systems for small-sized... more
A UK-based SME has developed a novel fluorescent molecular imaging probe technology that overcomes these limitations. They have developed conjugated polymer nanoparticles containing a semiconductor... more
The French company has been developing surface imaging and metrology software for profilers and microscopes for more than 25 years. Its main focus is on working as a partner with instrument manufacturers worldwide,... more
A French Technology Transfer Office (TTO) offers a cutting-edge Micro Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) technology to be used as the sensitive part for the Térahertz (THz) and far-infrared spectroscopy or imaging... more
A German research organization which is responsible for the nanoparticle (NP) development and a Dutch company in charge of the development of the pre-clinical imaging technique are developing novel NP based more
each other and placed at the appropriate quality control spot in the production, are measuring continuously all visually recordable dimensions of each link through telecentric imaging.
From the recorded data,... more
actually a 3D online interactive graphic interface based on a procedure for the association of imaging information obtained following non-destructive, non-invasive investigations conducted with photonic techniques.
A French university laboratory discovered and patented a method to produce new nano-objects for use in medical imaging and also as vectoring agents. The invention also relates to the process for preparing these... more
This UK company develops 3D imaging solutions for healthcare, education and energy markets. They use machine learning and 3D imaging to develop image classification and robotic systems.
systems by reducing the effect of wave front distortions.
The invention relates to a numerical correction process for digital images, for which at least partially coherent light has passed through imaging optics... more
between visible and infrared reflectivity to the colorization of the infrared imaging camera.
The technology was developed by a public research institute in Japan, of which this company has acquired the international... more
This Croatian engineering company is specialized in 3D object tracking in single and multicamera environment setup and high-resolution stereo imaging. They have developed several tracking and surveillance solutions:... more
the imaging method, the mamma size and shape, and the tissue density level. Patient studies estimate that up to 46% of all women refrain from participating in a second screening or break off such a mammogram due... more
overcome these limitations with important advantages: complete bioresorption, mechanical flexibility, does not produce imaging artefacts in non-invasive imaging modalities, etc.... more
problems because there are gases that produce higher greenhouse effect than CO2.
In this context, the Spanish company has developed a gas detection system for the 4.0 industry. It combines an optical gas imaging... more
with varied technological applications, from superconductors for magnetic resonance imaging to high temperature ceramics for spatial applications. The size of the nano-objects which make up this material is between... more
MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) thermal camera that is based on mechanica resonance has developed by a Turkish researcher and originated from Turkey.
Thermal imaging has been commonly used in agriculture,... more