The countdown is on: The final year of our DeepRAY project has begun. Together with our partners at Universitätsmedizin Mannheim we are working to integrate our WHITEBOX into the clinical workflow of routine abdominal CT scans. We will screen the patients for aortic aneurysms and dissections with AI-based algorithms (what else?).

The WHITEBOX enables easy and secure DICOM image transfer between the PACS and external server clusters for fast image analyses and notification of clinical staff.

First milestones are achieved: the WHITEBOX is a PACS node of the research PACS and retrospective data analysis can be performed easily. Now we are aiming to install our system in the clinic PACS for prospective evaluations.

The project DeepRAY is funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research.

Ein Arzt betreut einen Patienten am MRT Scanner

An aortic aneurysm or even an aortic dissection is often discovered as an incidental finding on abdominal CT scans. In case of doubt, however, the patient must be treated as quickly as possible. We are developing an automatic, AI-supported evaluation of all abdominal CT images in the cloud, which alerts the physician on duty directly in the event of a critical finding, so that the patient can be prioritised.

The likelihood of breast cancer recurrence is still difficult to predict. Together with nine partners in the EU, we are the first to combine radiological, histo-pathological and clinical data of patients in one model to predict relapse of distant metastases.

We are excited to announce that mediri is working together with the Universitätsmedizin Mannheim on the project “DeepRAY“. The goal of the project is to extend mediri’s mTRIAL platform for AI-based detection of aneurysms and dissections of the aorta on CT images. This will improve the prognosis of patients with life-threatening changes in the abdominal aorta. The investBW project will run for two years and is funded by the Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Tourismus Baden-Württemberg.

State of the art AI solutions for image and data analysis form the basis for our development in all areas of our IT products. Through active research, we ensure that we will continue to offer cutting edge solutions today and in the future. A selection of our research projects in the field of artificial intelligence:

ASPIRE: Alzheimer’s early detection using ASL (Arterial Spin Labelling)

KI4MS: AI-assisted detection of smouldering lesions for follow-up of MS

DEEPRAY: Automatic detection of aortic aneurysms