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Out now: iQ-VIEW/PRO and iQ-LITE 3.1!

We are happy to announce the new release of our radiology reading station software iQ-VIEW/PRO 3.1 and the diagnostic media viewer iQ-LITE 3.1.

Feature Highlights:

  • AI based improvement of patient security and reading performance
    • 5% - 20% of patients have previous studies with a different patient identifier (Patient ID) and/or similar spellings of the patient name, e.g. Prof. Andre Mayer vs André Mayer. Regular PACS cannot allocate such relevant datasets.
    • iQ-VIEW PRO 3.1 now allocates approx. 99.5% of relevant prior studies in a PACS through automatic matching of similar patient names in addition to checking only the patient ID.
    • A more compact overview allows reading physicians to identify relevant studies quicker.
    • Note: If you use iQ-VIEW PRO 3.1 in combination with iQ-WEB, you must run iQ-WEB version ≥ 6.2.3.
  • Significant performance improvements
    • The application start is now much faster.
    • Image retrieval from remote archives works approx. 25% faster, especially for studies with many images, such as CT and MR.
    • The new CallHelper tool allows over 100% faster access to studies using a remote call from a HIS/RIS.
  • New zoom presets
    • Additional presets now allow displaying images at 1/2 or 1/3 of their size for faster reading of x-ray studies.
  • Display of patient age in study table
    • Many medical decisions are made in relation to the patient age. The local study table now shows not only the date of birth, but how old the patient was at the time of study acquisition.
  • Support for additional film/paper formats for DICOM print
    • Version 3.1 now prints all DICOM-defined film formats.
    • Further special formats are intended to optimize the printing of stitched images (e.g. with full spine or extremities as 1:1 prints).


The trial version is available for download from our Download Center.

Find further details about iQ-VIEW/PRO 3.1 in the product brochure and about iQ-LITE 3.1 in the flyer.

08 May 2018
Out now: iQ-WEB 6.6.2 with LDAP Single Sign On (SSO)

Healthcare professionals use various software applications with user logins. iQ-WEB 6.6.2 now supports a single sign on from other software applications using the LDAP protocol for Active Directory support, e.g. from Windows domain login, HIS, EMR or RIS.

iQ-WEB from version 6.6.2 now supports synchronization from any active directory to the local user database. This enables healthcare IT administrators an easy user management, e.g. so users only need to authenticate once a day with access to all subsystems, and users must memorize only a single password.

You can try the new iQ-WEB 6.6.2 here.

26 January 2018
Release: iQ-4VIEW 2.1- diagnostic radiology, orthopedicand chiro zero footprint viewer

Another great launch is our new diagnostic zero-footprint viewer iQ-4VIEW 2.1. Here's a little idea of what you can expect: iQ-4VIEW 2.1

  • supports diagnostic multi-modality image viewing and reading, now including trauma, chiro and orthopedic measurements
  • performs on all major operating systems including MacOS, Windows, Linux and all major browsers including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. The typical time to first image from opening a study is under 3 seconds.
  • includes web-based structured reporting and now even web-based documentation of measurements and annotations. Users with a webcam, tablet or smart phone can now upload and DICOM-ize pictures, e.g. of specimens, wounds, pathologies, histological samples, etc.
  • available for all users of iQ-SYSTEM PACS



27 November 2017