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By expanding its scope to artificial intelligence medical imaging systems, it has been promoting the excellence of indigenous companies in the global market, and recently, it is an encouraging atmosphere as it “joined” with a large national project.
Particularly, as he participates in the development of an artificial intelligence medical image transmission system supported by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy with Seoul Asan Medical Center and SNUBH (SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY BUNDANG HOSPITAL), he is seeing an emergency opportunity.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has selected Seoul Asan Hospital as the responsible research institute for'development of artificial intelligence source technology for supporting image reading of lung, liver and heart disease and commercialization of fax (PACS, medical image storage and transmission system) linkage'.
This project, which invests a total of 10 billion won to build an artificial intelligence medical image management and processing system, is a business that commercializes artificial intelligence technology so that it can be applied to medical fields such as diagnosis and treatment, from December 2016 to November 2020. It runs for 4 years.
MEDICAL STANDARD Co.,Ltd. An official said, “MEDICAL STANDARD Co., Ltd. is participating in the development project of artificial intelligence source technology to support image reading of lung, liver, and heart disease, which is drawing attention around the world.”
In this project, MEDICAL STANDARD Co., Ltd. is planning to develop an artificial intelligence algorithm through images of various diagnostic equipment. It is a will to develop an artificial intelligence PACS that can assist doctors with more efficient and more accurate diagnosis.
In the future, it plans to cooperate with various institutions to collect big data of clinical cases, and launch a'Cloud PACS system' equipped with such artificial intelligence and reading aids to general hospitals and clinics.
Currently, MEDICAL STANDARD Co., Ltd. has about 2800 domestic small and medium sized hospitals and 1600 overseas sites.
This official predicted, "If the software is provided in the form of a service in the future, it will be possible to receive a premium reading service even at the opening price."
MEDICAL STANDARD Co., Ltd. has already gained favorable reviews by releasing artificial intelligence-equipped systems.
The export of the Korean PACS system continues. It is characterized by avoiding analog-type X-ray film and allowing medical staff to share all patient images through PACS.
Last year, it won a $3 million project for Muhimbili General Hospital in Tanzania, Africa. Currently, Muhimbili Hospital in Tanzania is building a state-of-the-art digital hospital with Korean ODA funds.
A company official said, “Looking at the sales of last year, it was somewhat slow due to the economic downturn, but we will raise overseas sales to provide a foothold for jump-ups.” “We will take this national project as an opportunity to take a leap forward by helping to commercialize artificial intelligence technology. "I promised.