mbits Research published in Journal
Tochless, Intra-operative Image Viewing Using Deep Learning
In cooperation with the Diakonissen Hospital Mannheim our work on the "Evaluating Usability of a Touchless Image Viewer
in the Operating Room" was published in the Journal of Applied Clinics Informatics.
A simple Neural Network is used to recognize different gestures of physicians to control mRay. The usability study proves its intuitive application. The simple integration into mRay resulted in a human-computer interaction, based on the simplest technology to digitalize and accelerate medical processes.
We would like to thank all participants for the excellent cooperation.
MDR is coming!
mbits has long since been prepared...
Our quality management is already certified according to MDR 2017/745
On May 26, 2020, the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) EU 2017/745 enter into force.
The new regulation on medical devices poses great challenges for many medical device companies.
mbits employees have been introduced to agile software development and the company's comprehensive quality management system from the very beginning. Through regular training and seminars the knowledge is always kept up to date.
These measures have led to the fact that mbits already received the certification recommendation according to the requirements of the new MDR 2017/745 within the scope of our "Diagnostic image viewer with image processing functions". at the beginning of December 2019 by the TÜV Süd.
Good luck and stay up to date!
mbits at the VSRN
Visit us at the Congress Center Baden-Baden
Just a few days ago a brand new version of our app has been released. Take this opportunity to let our employees present the new mRay features on site.
In addition to the improvements to our unique reporting workflow, you can now send studies to any user easily and securely via the mRay Link when you receive external consultation requests. In order to remain the fastest DICOM viewer in the world, we set the standards in terms of performance and security for this release as well. Extremely fast even in the German network - see for yourself!
You are welcome to arrange a personal appointment with us in advance. We look forward to your visit.
mRay 5.9 is there
Update our App with new features
mRay is constantly being developed and optimized. The latest version now offers you some improvements in the area of reporting workflow.
With mRay 5.9 you can search for preliminary examinations of a patient with one click. For external consultation requests, studies can be sent to any user as an mRay link.
The ability to send image data directly from the app to any system simplifies and improves clinical networking processes. In addition to other features, the new version has again improved performance and security.
mRay 5.9 is now available for all systems (iOS, Android, Windows) in the Apple AppStore and on Google Play Store. Download a current desktop version directly.
OP 4.1 - The operating theatre of the future
mbits CEO in SAP TVSAP has summarized the ideas and results of the co-innovation project OP 4.1 in a short video. mbits-CEO Dr. Michael Müller describes the "Mobile Information Service" which we developed as a partner of the project. It allows information and the progress of an ongoing surgery to be transmitted safely and quickly. Further functionalities of the user-centered platform are visualized in the video with the help of animation.
OP4.1 Project completion
mbits with app "Mobile Information Service" significantly involved
Together with consortium partners, Heidelberg University Hospital has developed a user-centred, open and expandable software platform for the intelligent support of processes in the operating theatre. The result will be presented on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at the DKFZ Heidelberg. As one of the conosrtial partners we are responsible for the app "Mobile Information Service", which provides information on the operation process asynchronously. The project was realized by a grant from the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi Germany) as part of the technology program Smart Service World II.
Try mRay directly online
The fastest web-based DICOM viewer in the world
Our app mRay can now be tested comfortably in the browser without any installation.
Thanks to WebGL and WebAssembly technology, mRay works just as fast as on smartphones and tablets.
With the extensive test data on our demo server you can immediately convince yourself of the functionality and speed of the fastest web-based DICOM viewer in the world. But just try mRay in your browser yourself. We look forward to your feedback.