Technologies Enabling Super-Resolution Biomedical Imaging 2017: Redrawing the Boundaries of Medical Imaging - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--()--The "Technologies Enabling Super-Resolution Biomedical Imaging" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

The latest research service from the medical imaging technology cluster highlights the emerging trends and innovations in super-resolution biomedical imaging. Over the last two decades, powered by rapid advances in electronics and sensors, information technology and telecommunications, microscopes have evolved from moderately powerful, stand-alone imaging devices into powerful, networked and highly-intelligent diagnostic systems.

A term that has evolved over the last decade is super-resolution. Super-resolution imaging techniques that are employed to improve the resolution of imaging systems, in an attempt to break the diffraction limit - a phenomenon that determines the limitations of optical imaging systems.

This research service sheds light on the super-resolution imaging technology landscape, key business and technology considerations that are aiding and hampering market adoption, areas that present opportunities for growth and research activity in this area.

Companies Mentioned

  • Olympus
  • Oxford
  • Sony

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executite Summary

2. Technology Snapshot and Trends

2.1 The Growing Importance of Super-resolution Imaging

2.2 The Need for Super-Resolution is Necessitated by the Phenomenon of Diffraction Limit

2.3 The Growth of Nanomedicine and Basic Science Drives the Move to Super-resolution Microscopes

2.4 The Importance of 3D Autofocus Systems, Image Processing in Biomedical Imaging

2.5 Super-resolution is Achieved through Instrumentation Improvements and Alternate Approaches to Image Acquisition

2.6 Spotlight on Super-resolution Microscopy

3. Enabling Technologies and Emerging Applications

3.1 Image Sensors Form the Foundation of Medical Imaging

3.2 Machine Vision Brings About Automation in Image Analysis

3.3 Artificial Intelligence Enables Digital Pathology

3.4 The Need for Image Stability Necessitates 3D Autofocus Systems

3.5 Super-resolution is an Urgent Requirement for Pharmaceutical and Life Science Research

4. Emerging Opportunities in Super-resolution Imaging

4.1 Oxford Nanoimaging - Nanoimaging to Study Live Sub-cellular Interactions

4.2 Sony-Olympus Joint Venture Results in a High-resolution Surgical Microscopes

4.3 Ultra-high Definition Imaging System for Superior Endoscopic Viewing

4.4 Transoral Robotic-assisted High-resolution Microendoscopic Imaging

5. Impact Assessment and Analysis

6. Opportunity Evaluation and Future Roadmap

6.1 APAC in Strong Growth Phase as USA, Europe Reach Maturity

6.2 Clinical Imaging is Dominated by Trends such as Miniaturization, Portability and Connectivity

6.3 Opportunities Abound in Pharma and Regenerative Medicine Research for Cell Quantification and Imaging

6.4 Super-resolution Imaging Aligns Well with Emerging Megatrends of Miniaturization and Technology Convergence

7. IP Landscape Analysis

8. Industry Contacts and References

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Related Topics: Medical Imaging

Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Medical Imaging