The accuracy, performance, and reliability of medical imaging systems are matters of life and death and their creation and production require an approach and rigor, unlike many other medical devices. At Sunrise Labs we are frequently tasked by clients to design and build — or rescue —medical imaging systems.
These systems support a range of vital purposes such as in-vitro diagnostics and image classification (for example, to determine if the object cancerous). Systems designed for these purposes must be designed from the ground up with a “whole systems” approach to delivering the highest performance in these critical applications.
This whitepaper outlines just a few examples that require a deep understanding of all the interdependent elements within a medical imaging system.