Paieon raises $3.5 million to market products
Medical imaging company Paieon of New York City has raised $3.5 million for marketing purposes from private investors and Vectop, an eletro-optical imaging systems developer and a Rada Electronics Industries subsidiary.

Founded as a Vectop spin-ff in 2000, Paieon has developed the CardiOp-B System, a real-time imaging system for 3D cardiac navigation. 

In April, the company obtained approval to market the CardiOp-B System in Canada.

The company also collaborates with Siemens Medical Solutions, Toshiba, GE Healthcare, Shimadzu, Stereotaxis and Volcano Corporation.