Real time - wireless - ultrasound
transmitter for medical devices.
A light version of iPresence
medicine, remote diagnostics for remote areas: Land,
Sea, and Air.
T3000 Ultrasound Device
is a portable ultrasound image
and video capture hardware solution. T3000 hardware
supports a variety of ultrasound probes. Many medical sonography
applications ranging from field medicine to emergency
diagnostics in remote areas, are covered by this nifty
small and portable ultrasound machine. The combination
of T3000 hardware and T3000 supplied software allows a travelling / mobile
sonographer to acquire and record ultrasound image sequence
and images. This information can be used on local computer.
A trained ultrasound examiner is required to determine
precise outcome. If you need to transmit the Ultrasound
video over landline or wireless networks, then that
is where our software solution comes in. Our solution combines the portability
of the Terason T3000 Ultrasound device with an effective and practical
live transmission of the Ultrasound Imaging.
A light version of iPresence-U/E
software family, iPresence-Light is designed from
the ground up, based on Terason hardware and its' associated
support software. 100% compatibility with Terason Ultrasound
device is assured. We have, in fact, expanded many features
such a much longer AVI Video Capture, as well as Store and
Forward of Ultrasound Video.
We have added a set of rich features to transmit the Video Stream
to another computer over wired or wireless networks.
Simply install the Terason hardware and Terason Ultrasound
software then install iPresence-Light software. A medical technician
now can be deployed to a remote area, armed with a portable
solution for ultrasound examination. At the other end of connection,
there may be a trained ultrasound examiner to view the Live Ultrasound Video feed.
To enhance the experience of ultrasound transmission,
we also offer a comprehensive set of tools for high
definition ultrasound video loop capture, image capture
and retrieval, integrated patient information, and web
page upload for video and images. Fully automated procedures
allow Video and Picture Capture while saving them by patient
name then allowing upload of Ultrasound Videos and
Ultrasound Images to a pre-configured web site or storage based
on your full control. Easy and secure upload to your
own private server.
Alternatively, the ultrasound video and images may
be shared online using Microsoft CLOUD and Azure network.
Your Microsoft CLOUD (SkyDrive) account can be setup
with a 25 GB storage for free (as of December 2011),
hosting your images and video. Drag and drop
Ultrasound Video and Ultrasound Images with the patient records
to Microsoft Live (SkyDrive). You have full capabilities such as
viewing permissions, based on your business rules
and security. A comprehensive set of tools for encryption
and privacy is also available for additional security.
Enterprise users can access other SkyDrive fearures
for full integration with other Microsoft Enterprise
applications such Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office.
Designed and optimized for wireless conditions, iPresence-Light
can stream from the probe to a receive station with
low latency and stunning Video Quality.
Download is in ZIP format.
Based on Terason T3000 software development kit (SDK):
|Software Development and Design:
||Software by iPixCel
|Software Concept and Consulting:
||Dr. Peder Pedersen, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
||Dr. Tom Szabo, Boston University
Copyright software by iPixCel, 2010, 2011, 2012.
iPresence is trademark of iPixCel and ImagiSonix©,
2011. ChaserView is trademark of Software by iPixCel.
T3000 is trademark of Terason.
Technical support: (405) 414-7791
Executive Producer: Mansour Ansari, Software by iPixCel, LLC.
Contact via E-mail
Lead Software Developer: Bill Goodhead, Software by iPixCel, LLC.
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Software by iPixcel,LLC,
copyright 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 - ChaserView software
platform is trademark of Software by iPixCel, LLC -
are trademarks of ImagiSonix and iPixCel, copyright
2010, 2011, 2012.