CAD (computer-aided detection) technologies can help improve TB screening and bridge the gap in finding close to three million of missing people with TB around the world annually. Thus in March2021, the WHO announced an [...]
Under the partnership with GIZ, Delft Imaging had completed a project in strengthening COVID-19 screening capacities for employee health programs in Indonesia. Together with our partners Thirona, Fullerton Health Indonesia, IDBH Senso, and Faculty of [...]
To help find the missing people with TB, Delft introduces The Delft Ultra, an ultra-portable digital X-ray solution. The Delft Ultra includes the following key features: Wireless and compact design to enable a truly [...]
The paper demonstrates that this latest version of CAD4TB outperforms all previous versions; the software is now operating at the level of expert human readers in detecting TB from chest X-Ray.
The initial development of CAD4TB started in 2005. In 2011, the first CAD4TB prototype was released and every year since, an updated version has been released, with improved performance both in speed and accuracy as [...]
This year, Delft Imaging Systems will launch the long-anticipated version 6 of the CAD4TB software. The improved version has some exciting new features. The input and output are still the same: CAD4TB processes frontal chest [...]