The clinical product is the UltraVision XS which is a hand carry point of care medical ultrasonic scanner. The XS has a viewing screen (3000 x 1800 pixels) and a Touch Screen (1920 x 1080 pixels). Internally there is an eighth generation Intel i7 processor (Personal Computer (PC)) running Microsoft’s Windows 10. The XS has 16 GB of Random access memory and a 512 GB solid state hard drive.
This commitment by UltraVision Corporation to use an industry standard if one exists provides the user with a guarantee of non obsolescence,
The touch screen also provides the user with software configurable knobs and controls that only appear when called for in a user interface that is the industry’s easiest to use.
In the heart of the system there is a single, very large, 4 Billion transistor, Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) that connects all the ultrasound specific integrated circuits together so any future upgrades can be accomplished with only software.
The XS’s hardware is designed to accommodate Algorithms. An Algorithm is just software (or code) working with the configurable hardware (in the FPGA) which again is just code that we can download via the internet to produce the various modes used in ultrasound today and the new modes in development for tomorrow.
Being committed to industry standards the UltraVision XS can support any PC keyboard, mouse, Wi-Fi connection, voice control and the myriad of devices. Even the transducer interface conforms to the ultrasound industry standard.
The UltraVision XS closes for transport into a 15 x 10 x 2 inch envelope protected but it’s solid machined aluminum case weighing only 12 lbs.