A joint venture between Delft Imaging Systems from the Netherlands and Universal Hospitals Group in Ghana.

Universal Delft Ltd provides project management, local service and maintenance support of medical equipment, capacity building, healthcare IT solutions and consultancy. The company has a team of specialists (picture) currently working on Africa’s most innovative eHealth project: “Accelerating tuberculosis case detection in Ghana”.

Universal Delft Ltd will be the sales & service support hub for the activities of Delft Imaging Systems in West-Africa.


Newcastle University

An English University involved in the development of a new innovative imaging product.


A large Dutch development aid organizations active in health care, Disaster Response and in rural and (post-) conflict entrepreneurship through dedicated investment funds.


Lung Institute

A South African research Institute responding to the need for addressing health issues in Southern Africa. Involved in CAD4TB.

Radboud UMC

A Dutch University involved in the development of Computer Aided Detection for TB and an upcoming product.

Fraunhofer Mevis

A German medical image computing institute that develops interactive assistance systems for clinical routines.


A Zambian NGO that focuses on scientific research related to the overlap between HIV and TB in order to improve the quality of life of people affected by the dual epidemic


A multinational that focuses on innovative healthcare solutions and medical software solutions to improve information sharing, efficiencies and streamline workflows.

Task Force Healthcare

A not-for-profit platform that stimulates cooperation among organisations within the Dutch life sciences & health sector and promotes sustainability in healthcare.


A research institute to address the health problems of Bangladesh, the region and the developing world in general.


A regional resource for innovative global health research in Europe, Africa and Asia.

I+ Solutions

An independent not-for-profit organization specialized in pharmaceutical supply chain management for developing countries. I+ intends to assure that medicines reach the hands of those who need them, and that they never go out of stock.