The new ViewPro-X workstation offers improved user configurability and speed, extended integration possibilities for RIS, HIS, 3D and Speech Recognition systems and improved support for IHE profiles. ViewPro-X is more intuitive than the current HyperView product because of the MS Windows "look and feel". Great emphasis is put on less mouse movements and less risk of RSI because of keyboard and right mouse menus.
The users always drive Rogan-Delft development. ViewPro-X development was highly influenced by both Dutch and American radiologists and is currently in its final stage. New ViewPro-X is part the Rogan OnLine XS product suite. Rogan OnLine XS can handle small modality archiving up to large multi-sided enterprise PACS archives in a no single point of failure set-up.
Rogan-Delft offers the fastest PACS architectures commercially available today. Everything OnLine and Multiple Archive Storage Server (MASS) architecture with automated backup overcomes the shortcoming of old "system"-driven pre-fetching architecture such as under-performing, inflexibility and difficult pre-fetching, especially with larger data sets such as MSCT.
Delft Diagnostic Imaging is the radiology division within the medical sector of Delft Instruments N.V. and specializes in innovative medical PACS software solutions, low dose (direct digital) chest imaging systems, and local Benelux marketing and service of a wide variety of integrated and customized solutions for radiology departments.
Delft Instruments N.V. is the holding company of an international group of companies which hold a leading position in their respective markets with high-quality, high-technology products and services. The Delft Instruments companies develop, produce, sell and service advanced precision hardware and software for medical and industrial customers.
Medical applications include radiation treatment for cancer, X-ray and ultrasound diagnostics and digital archiving of X-ray images. Delft Instruments develops customer-specific total solutions, integrating software, hardware, maintenance and service. Delft Instruments employs some 1200 people. The company reported a preliminary net profit of euro 10,4 million on turnover of euro 237 million in 2003. More news is available in the VMW March 2004 article Telvent and Rogan Delft win large European PACS deal.