When defining product requirements, we focus on our customers and analyze their needs, while making sure we stick to a few core values, such as minimal invasiveness, patient safety, ease of use, portability, ergonomics, multi-tasking, low production, installation and maintenance costs, and, above all, a respect for the environment.
We start each product development process with in-depth analysis of the needs to be satisfied through the use of dedicated, cutting-edge technologies. A compelling example is the development of our veterinary CT scanners, which are specifically designed to treat animals and do not rely on human imaging technology.
It soon became clear that we weren’t going to focus on conventional medical imaging technologies, such as multilayer CT scanners, which are increasingly powerful, high-performing machines that are capable of producing spectacular images but come with huge costs due to their intrinsically complex technologies.
At Imaginalis, we’ve chosen to focus on a different set of values, such as patient safety – with a particular focus on elderly and pediatric patients – operator safety, ease of use, environmental impact, and the option to use our systems in non-air-conditioned environments, as well as in crisis scenarios, such as field hospitals and mobile diagnostic units.
To summarize, our vision is all about providing patients with a diagnosis in full respect of people and the planet, while ensuring that patients remain the key focus of the medical services sector.
Imaginalis’ is working to develop new 2D and 3D imaging platforms that are compact, light-weight, easy to transport, and ergonomically designed with patient safety and operator usability in mind, all while providing safe, speedy diagnostics, and keeping energy consumption to a minimum. In addition, these platforms have been designed to assist minimally invasive robotic surgeries thanks to their high spatial resolution, isotropic voxel, and reliable data acquired across all three spatial dimensions.