Canon showcases digital ophthalmology imaging, informatics
Diagnostic imaging developer Canon is highlighting its digital imaging and informatics products at the American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting in Atlanta this week.

The firm is demonstrating the synergy between its retinal camera systems and optical coherence tomography (OCT) products from OPTOPOL Technology. Also being showcased is SPOCT technology, which allows for non-invasive cross sectional imaging of the retina, while providing 3D-imaging, the firm said.

The company also is displaying the automated perimeter PTS 1000 from OPTOPOL, which features a wide range of strategies and analysis tools, providing retinal specialists with a powerful diagnostic tool, Canon said.