Breakthrough Visualization Technologies
Based in Silicon Valley, CA, NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) is the global leader in designing and manufacturing medical imaging and informatics systems. NDSsi technology solutions have led the way in re-defining the modern surgical OR, radiology rooms, endoscopy suites and minimally invasive environments.
NDS Surgical Imaging revolutionized the medical imaging industry with its development of the industry’s first Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technologies for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) viewing applications in 1996. The company continues that tradition of innovation with technological and engineering advances serving the rapidly developing surgical and PACS markets. At the forefront of innovation in medical imaging technology, NDSsi delivers HD visualization and informatics products that enable the clinical imaging solutions of the future, and drive constant improvements in collaborative medicine.
The company’s success is a testimony to a proven track record of innovation and adoption by leading medical technology companies, hospitals and university medical centers worldwide. Its reputation for professional commitment and responsiveness to customers is unparalleled. Driven by technological innovation and real-time knowledge of medical imaging needs, NDSsi consistently raises the bar by staying ahead of the latest advancements in medical imaging technologies.
NDSsi is a privately held company, located in Silicon Valley, with US-based R&D and manufacturing facilities, and a strong global presence in more than 35 countries. For more information, visit www.ndssi.com.
NDSsi at ECR 2011
At ECR 2011 we are presenting our latest innovation in medical imaging: DOME by NDSsi: The Right Choice!
NDSsi at RSNA 2010
Interested in getting an introduction in DOME by NDSsi? Watch the interview with Dr Peter M Stevens, Phd, Vice President NDSsi at RSNA 2010:
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