Sony Electronics will unveil its works-in-progress high definition OLED display at the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) 2013 Annual Meeting and Exposition. Additionally, Sony will highlight Independent Sub-Pixel Drive technology, which triples the resolution of medical imaging displays from 3MP to 9MP output when installed on the modality and a brand new peer-to-peer wireless USB solution for Sony digital printers.

At AHRA 2013, Sony will also highlight the following technologies:

·Full Line of Radiology Displays, designed for accurate display of color and monochrome images in PET/CT, nuclear medicine, cardiology, ultrasound, and mammography. The LMD-DM30 and LMD-DM50 features the new Independent Sub-Pixel-Drive technology capable of providing three times the resolution of each display. Sony’s 3MP display can now provide a 9MP output, and is cleared by the FDA for use in FFDM. 

·Peer-to-peer wireless USB solution is an optional accessory for Sony digital printers that permits printing with no need for a cable attachment. It allows multiple users to share a printer, providing significant cost savings. This technology will be demonstrated with the Sony UP-DR80MD, color printer, to print images from digital ultrasound carts.  

For more information on the complete line-up of Sony products for the radiology market, click here.