With a total of 14,600 trade visitors - five percent more than in 2018 - the European Congress of Radiology set a new attendance record. This is also reflected in the industrial exhibition, as Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager Medical Imaging at JVCKENWOOD, confirms: "We observed a significantly higher number of visitors compared to previous years. This enabled us to have even more discussions with interested parties and to convince them of our solutions. The high number of system integrators that we were able to welcome was also striking."
The main focus of the stand visitors was on the new 5-megapixel color display, which with a brightness of 1,150cd/m² and a contrast of 2,000:1 guarantees further optimized image quality. JVCKENWOOD has also improved the ergonomics of the display. "By reducing the amount of blue light emitted by the panel, the viewer's eyes become less fatigued and they can spend longer without being tired, safely and reliable. This effect is supported by a stabilization of the color temperature", explains the manager. The built-in keyboard illumination simplifies typing and software operation in dark diagnostic environments.
For the first time, JVCKENWOOD showcased its products together with its daughter company Rein Medical, which was taken over by the Japanese technology group in the middle of last year. "The joint offer met high interest from our customers. They recognize the advantage of now being able to obtain medical IT solutions and fully integrated image documentation and OR systems from a single source”, says Herrmann. In addition to the OR solutions, Rein Medical offers a wide range of medical and surgical displays, PCs and all-in-one computer solutions that have been specially developed for hygienically sensitive areas in hospitals such as operating theatres and intensive care units. "We have new opportunities”, explains Herrmann, "such as the coupling of Rein
Medical's OR systems with JVCKENWOOD's camera solutions, image recording and playback devices, and high-resolution Full HD and 4K IP transmission systems.”