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RSNA 2023 Technical Exhibits to Offer Innovations in AI, 3D Printing and More

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 14 Nov 2023
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Image: Attendees can discover innovative products and technology in the RSNA 2023 Technical Exhibits (Photo courtesy of RSNA)
Image: Attendees can discover innovative products and technology in the RSNA 2023 Technical Exhibits (Photo courtesy of RSNA)

The 109th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA, Oak Brook, IL, USA) to be held in Chicago, Nov. 26 to 30 is all set to offer a vast array of medical imaging industry presentations, product demonstrations, workshops and symposiums in the RSNA 2023 Technical Exhibits. Attendees will be immersed in medical imaging innovation and get to engage with industry experts with almost 700 leading manufacturers, suppliers, and medical information and technology developers on hand.

Visitors can discover the latest AI solutions and connect with industry experts in the AI Showcase located in the South Hall, starting at Booth 3947. The AI Showcase features more than 90 companies and offers exciting opportunities to view the latest AI software and product demonstrations and solutions. They can experience hands-on learning and special engagement areas in this prime annual meeting destination. Visitors can delve into the latest topics in AI, machine learning and deep learning in the RSNA AI Theater, located in the AI Showcase, South Hall, Booth 4765. They can also receive the training and networking opportunities needed to improve their understanding of the role of AI in medical imaging.

On Monday, Nov. 27, at 4 p.m. CT, RSNA will conduct a special presentation to recognize the winners of the RSNA Abdominal Trauma Detection AI Challenge and the Screening Mammography Breast Cancer Detection AI Challenge. Additionally, those visiting the RSNAI Resource Center, located in the AI Showcase, South Hall, Booth 4665, can learn about the AI-related resources and educational opportunities offered by RSNA, including the RSNA Imaging AI Certificate Program and data collection efforts through the Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center (MIDRC). At the Imaging AI in Practice booth, in the AI Showcase, South Hall, Booth 4358, there will be demonstrations of new tools and practice enhancements enabled by AI in real-world clinical scenarios. These 30-minute, multi-vendor interoperability demonstrations showcase new technologies and communication standards required for the integration of AI into the diagnostic radiology workflow.

The 3D Printing & Mixed Reality Showcase, located in North Hall, starting at Booth 8000, enables networking with customers and partners engaged in 3D medical printing research and development. This showcase provides the opportunity to view and interact with the latest products in 3D printing and augmented and virtual reality. The RSNA 3D Special Interest Group (SIG) provides an opportunity for attendees to share their experiences, innovations, and challenges in creating 3D-printed anatomical models and guides. The 3D Printing SIG Showcase will include a special display of 3D models and case studies submitted by institutions that practice 3D printing.

This year, RSNA is welcoming more than 120 new companies to the exhibit floor, many of whom can be found in the First-Time Exhibitor Pavilion, starting at Booth 3347. Attendees can connect with these annual meeting newcomers and view their products and services in a showcase area inside the South Hall. Throughout the Exhibit Halls, these exhibitors will be identified with a First-Time Exhibitor logo. In the Educators Row, located in the South Hall, starting at Booth 1000, visitors can meet with representatives from educational institutions and leading medical associations from across the world. Moreover, they can get first-hand experience with an exhibiting company’s proprietary systems by attending user training and product instruction in classroom spaces located within the Technical Exhibits.

Industry presentations at RSNA 2023 will allow attendees to explore cutting-edge products, services, and solutions to enhance patient care, streamline operations, and learn how to navigate the current healthcare landscape. Attendees can participate in focused one-hour education sessions presented by RSNA exhibitors and sponsors throughout the week in Corporate Symposiums. At Innovation Theater, there will be 15-minute live presentations featuring the latest imaging innovations from exhibiting companies that will take place Sunday through Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. At Lunch & Learns held Sunday through Wednesday, attendees can participate in panel discussions, demonstrations, and lectures with company leadership and medical professionals while enjoying a midday meal.

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