News & Events

Signify Research’s latest external press coverage, company news and updates on key industry events that our analysts are attending

How Will Radiologists Access AI?

15th November 2018 – Featured in Healthcare Business News –  It is already clear that AI will play a role in almost every aspect of medical imaging. Operational analytics, data acquisition and dose monitoring, scheduling and workload optimization, automatic tissue segmentation and measurement tools, automatic image analysis and diagnostic reporting are all active targets for new AI tools. Machine […]

We’re attending RSNA 2018

This year’s Radiological Society of North America conference and exhibition (RSNA) will be held from the 25th-30th November we will be attending. As before we will be providing updates, news and analyst insight from the conference via Twitter, LinkedIn and www.signifyresearch.net. We welcome the opportunity to meet vendors, providers and industry stakeholders for: Discussion on specific market […]

How AI Affects your Finances

06th November 2018 – Featured on Diagnostic Imaging – If you think back over the hot topics in radiology over the past few years, one subject frequently rises to the top of the list—artificial intelligence (AI). Much publication space and conference time have been devoted to discussing how the advent of this technology will impact—or is already impacting—daily […]

Embedded AI x-ray units set for 2019 market launch

1st November 2018 – Featured in Aunt Minnie Europe – Central and Eastern Europe will be early adopters of “smart” imaging equipment with embedded artificial intelligence (AI) to improve productivity and diagnostic accuracy, according to market expert Simon Harris. The next generation of x-ray equipment with embedded detection algorithms will be able to screen for pneumothorax […]

Fate of the 4: 2018 progress report for GE, Siemens, Canon, and Philips

18th October 2018 – Featured on AuntMinnie.com – At the start of the year, we offered a discussion on how 2018 would be a landmark year for four of the leading vendors in medical technology: GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers, Canon Medical Systems, and Philips Healthcare. Ahead of the next round of quarterly results due in the coming weeks, […]