Products and Technology Offering Enhanced Visualization for Surgery, Training and Education Will Be on Display
Park Ridge, N.J., April 4, 2016 – With four times the resolution of HD, Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is leading the way in bringing 4K technology and increased visualization to the operating room. This new technology will be on display at the […] Read MoreRead More
New Products and Technology Support Enhance Visualization for Surgery, Training and Education in Gastroenterology and Beyond
Park Ridge, N.J., March 14, 2015 – Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is demonstrating its latest developments in 4K, 3D and 2D imaging technologies designed to redefine visualization and create immersive training and education for gastroenterology applications at the Society of American […] Read MoreRead More
Future Plans Include 4K Technologies for Use in Any Medical Environment
Park Ridge, N.J., Oct. 1, 2015 — Sony is bringing 4K technology to the medical industry, with two new 4K medical-grade monitors — the 31-inch (LMD-X310MD) and 55-inch (LMD-X550MD) models.
Sony also plans to unveil a line of 4K products designed to complement every step […] Read MoreRead More
Sony and Intuitive Surgical®, Inc. Co-Host Broadcast of 3D Robotic-assisted Surgery from Temple University; Demos of New 4K Medical Grade Display Prototypes; 3D Face Shields
One of the biggest events at AUA 2015 didn’t actually happen on the show floor, but Sony and Intuitive Surgical brought it to attendees through a live web stream. A 3D robotic-assisted procedure, […] Read MoreRead More
New developments in 4K and 3D designed for enhanced visualization, training and education in neurology
Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is demonstrating its latest developments in 4K and 3D imaging technologies designed to re-shape visualization, training and education for neurology applications at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons 2015.
Sony is displaying its 3D solutions for neurological […] Read MoreRead More
Sony’s Medical Systems Division and Haag-Streit USA are once again teaming to demonstrate new 3D technologies in 4K resolution for surgery. At AANS 2015, the two companies will highlight the combination of Sony’s MCC-3000MT camera and HVO-3000MT 3D recorder with Haag-Streit’s new HS 5-1000 microscope system for neurosurgery.
“Sony 3D technology easily integrates with a range of leading industry […] Read MoreRead More
New Models Deliver Maximum Imaging Flexibility with Color or Black-and-White Recording, Multi-format Support, and Diverse Storage Options
Park Ridge, N.J., March 30, 2014 – The newest medical recorders from Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division are multi-purpose devices for documenting procedures, reviewing cases, and training and education. The new HVO-500MD/SUR and HVO-550MD/SUR support SD/HD recording of color or black-and-white still […] Read MoreRead More
Park Ridge, NJ (RSNA Booth #3239), Nov. 20, 2014 — Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is demonstrating its full line of technologies for radiology environments at RSNA 2014, booth #3239. Highlights include Sony’s new 27-inch surgical display, high image quality recorders, reliable short-term and deep archive storage solutions, PACS monitors, and hybrid printers.
Displays and Monitors
Sony’s new 27-inch surgical […] Read MoreRead More
Highlights also include Sony’s full line of medical video recorders, including 2 new affordable models with still image capture, plus 4K & 3D technologies for robotic & endoscopic applications
Park Ridge, N.J. (ACS Booth #501) – Oct. 27, 2014 – Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is introducing its first 27-inch surgical monitor, designed with the industry’s brightest panel, […] Read MoreRead More
Exhibit to include 1st public demos of new 3D Simplicity integrated camera/microscope adapter system; latest medical grade cameras, recorders and displays
Park Ridge, N.J. (AAO Booth #437), Oct. 16, 2014 – Sony Electronics’ Medical Systems Division is demonstrating 3D Simplicity, an integrated camera adapter system for use with Zeiss ophthalmic surgical microscopes, for the first time at the […] Read MoreRead More