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Vieworks Exhibits Complete Lineup of Next Generation X-Ray Flat Panel Detectors at RSNA 2022

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 29 Nov 2022
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Image: The VIVIX-S F series of advanced FPDs (Photo courtesy of Vieworks)
Image: The VIVIX-S F series of advanced FPDs (Photo courtesy of Vieworks)

Vieworks Co., Ltd. (Anyang, South Korea) is exhibiting its complete lineup of DR flat panel detectors (FPD) and dynamic FPDs at RSNA 2022. Celebrating the FDA-approval of VIVIX-S F series, the latest and most advanced line of its FPDs, Vieworks is highlighting its fully commercialized third-generation FPDs (VIVIX-S V series and VIVIX-S F series). Dynamic FPDs employing both a-Si and IGZO panel technology and mammography FPDs are also a must-see at Vieworks' booth at RSNA 2022. This year, Vieworks is introducing its other imaging solutions – machine vision and bioimaging – at RSNA.

VIVIX-S V and F series are both Vieworks' third generation detectors available in three sizes - 25x30cm (VIVIX-S 2530VW/FW), 36x43cm (VIVIX-S 3643VW/ FW), and 43x43cm (VIVIX-S 4343VW/FW). VIVIX-S V series offers a cost-effective total solution, allowing users to enjoy a high-definition, fast workflow, and the most durable DR detectors at a reasonable price. VIVIX-S F series offers a premium experience for users in terms of its finest image quality (pixel pitch: 99㎛), durability (unbreakable glass-free TFT), and usability (lighter weight, long-lasting battery).

Vieworks is also presenting its latest imaging software for each application at RSNA 2022. For static FPDs, Vieworks is displaying its AI solution for chest X-ray diagnosis support. VIVIX-S F series' semi-dynamic feature that can bring new clinical values to the medical imaging field (e.g. tomosynthesis imaging and dual energy imaging) is also being highlighted. Visitors to the Vieworks booth at RSNA 2022 can also catch a glimpse of the latest updates on PureImpact Dynamic, an imaging solution for dynamic detectors.

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