Meet 28 German companies
November 30 - December 4, 2014
Welcome to the GERMAN PAVILION at RSNA 2014!
The German exhibitors, the Federal Ministry for Economics Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (ZVEI) are welcoming you to the official German presentation at RSNA 2014.
Germany has a long tradition in medical science as well as the development and manufacturing of innovative medical technology. This knowledge needs to be reconciled with the experience and know-how of the medical professionals from all over the world. Chicago is known as an excellent place to meet key professionals, distributors and other visitors. Medical science is continuously advancing, leading to new ways of treatment and the development of new imaging technologies. This requires continuous medical training and up to date knowledge about the latest imaging technologies available on the market.
RSNA 2014 therefore provides an overview over the products offered by German manufacturers of imaging equipment. The trade show is a perfect forum for the dialogue between German exhibitors and their partners in the US and from all over the world. The quality of made in Germany means that products are designed at the leading edge of high technology and innovation. May this RSNA exhibition contribute to further improvement of the excellent relations between international medical professionals and German manufacturers of imaging equipment.
28 German exhibitors are looking forward to seeing you at the GERMAN PAVILION booth 2565 A!
CT Imaging GmbH
Booth number: 2965-D
Booth number: 2765-C
Dr. Wolf, Beckelmann und Partner GmbH
Booth number: 2765-A
ImFusion Suite Vascular Ultrasound
Booth number: 2965-E
Booth number: 2965-K
IMAGE Information Systems
Booth number: 2565-B
Tracking tissue deformation with MRI compatible 3D ultrasound system
During radiological image guided interventions like biopsies or ablations, tissue motion and deformation cause difficulties targeting tumors, i.e., when transferring intervention plan into action. Fraunhofer MEVIS and IBMT will present an innovative technology that combines MR (magnetic resonanc...
Morgan has introduced a new ultrasonic level sensor
Morgan has introduced a new ultrasonic level sensor for use with a variety of container sizes that doesn’t require physical contact with the contents.The measurement technique is based on far wall acoustic wave reflection and the signal generated changes when the liquid drops below the sen...