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The Imaging and Computer Vision team covers relevant technologies such as image reconstruction, transmission, fusion, visualization, quantification, understanding, and optimal use of image content and related information. The team holds and continues to develop a large portfolio of patented technologies that provides competitive, differentiating and defendable values to customers in all Siemens sectors. Recognized as cutting-edge in academia, among collaborators, and, most importantly, by its Siemens partners, the team is dedicated to increasing the business value of imaging, by making it more automated, real-time, comprehensive and large scale.
How Data Fusion will Transform Tomorrow’s Operating Room
Imagine driving to an appointment at night without the benefit of streetlights, signs or even a windshield. All you have is two displays to the side of the steering wheel. Learn about the latest revolution in interventional imaging here.
Opening a 3-D Window
Whoever thought that flesh and blood could be transparent? That you could look at a monitor and see through a section of a living human body in detail and in real time? Read about this breakthrough here.
Personalized Prosthetics: From Bytes to Bones
Researchers at Siemens Corporate Technology in Princeton, New Jersey, in collaboration with Siemens Industry and major orthopedic implant manufacturers, have developed a process called “Image-to-Implant” that will allow computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) scans to be automatically translated into personalized prosthetic devices. Learn more about “Image-to-Implant” here.
From Brain to Behavior
What does a normal human brain look like? From a functional point of view, the picture is unclear. But if we knew, it might be a first step on the road to a completely new way of diagnosing and managing mental illnesses. Learn more about this work here.