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Intelligent Ultrasound enters into an agreement with FUJIFILM SonoSite, Inc. to develop clinician training

Intelligent Ultrasound is pleased to announce that FUJIFILM SonoSite, Inc., specialists in developing cutting-edge, point-of-care ultrasound solutions, and part of the greater Fujifilm Healthcare portfolio, has entered into an agreement with the Intelligent Ultrasound Group allowing the companies to deliver a training solution to the point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) market. The agreement includes Intelligent Ultrasound Group’s…


Critical Care Echo.. Glenfield Hospital leads the way with BodyWorks Eve

Dr Gary Lau, ITU Consultant at Glenfield Hospital shares his thoughts on the new BodyWorks Eve and how the new PoCUS and Echo training simulator is supporting the hospital’s g&h CritCareEcho program. “We first met EVE back in July 2018. Our vision was to integrate a simulator into our existing echo and ultrasound teaching programmes…


Collaboration with the National Imaging Academy Wales to develop leading-edge AI-based ultrasound tools for Diagnostic Imaging

Intelligent Ultrasound Group plc is entering into a collaboration with the National Imaging Academy Wales (NIAW) to develop artificial intelligence (AI) tools to aid ultrasound scanning and to enhance ultrasound education. Both located in South Wales, NIAW and Intelligent Ultrasound share a common desire to improve ultrasound practice through education, innovation and research that will lead…


First OEM partner agreement signed for its AI based imaging software

Intelligent Ultrasound Group plc, the artificial intelligence (AI) based ultrasound software and simulation company, announces that it has signed its first long-term licence and co-development agreement for its AI software with one of the world’s leading ultrasound equipment manufacturers. The Group’s range of AI-based software aims to boost scanning quality and to streamline sonographer workflow…


First live demonstration of ScanNav AnatomyGuide to clinicians

Intelligent Ultrasound has given its first live demonstration of the ScanNav AnatomyGuide AI software to clinicians at the Annual Scientific Meeting of Regional Anaesthesia United Kingdom (RA-UK). RA-UK’s Annual Scientific Meeting brings together a wide range of clinical experts, medical professionals and trainee anaesthetists for a mixture of workshops, clinical based lectures, and a new…