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On Wednesday 17th March 2021, Delft Imaging together with Universal Delft hosted its maiden intercontinental webinar where people from all across the world signed up and participated in a very interactive subject, ”Using portable digital x-ray and CAD for TB screening. Our CEO, Guido Geerts opened with an introduction and was followed by other facilitators.

After review of our medical device application submitted pursuant to Section 118 of the Public Health Act, 2012 (Act 851) for the registration of COMPUTER AIDED DETECTION OF COVID-19 Software (CAD4COVID-XRAY), the Food and Drugs Authority concluded that CAD4COVID is safe to use. This artificial intelligence solution to facilitate the triage of COVID-19 suspects in

In October 2020, the UNDP Acc-lab created a nationwide innovation platform to identify local solutions designed to help societies in this COVID-19 period. Universal Delft signed on into the competition with the new CAD4COVID software. After weeks of submissions, we were announced as winners! Follow link to watch video on Our YouTube channel : https://youtu.be/859CFfzqHkk  

The official handover ceremony of Computer-Aided Detection “4” COVID-19 (CAD4COVID) was hosted in Ga West Municipal hospital (Amasaman). H.E. Mr. Ron Strikker, Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana officially handed over the Delft CAD4COVID Software to Mr. Patrick Kuma Aboagye, Director General of the Ghana Health Service who received the equipment on behalf of the Minister for

We are still on top of our game taking advantage of going virtual with our support and training. In the past weeks, we have organized virtual trainings for Radiographers in Ghana and for Camera operators, IT Officers and Radiographers in Uganda. In cooperation with the Ghana Health Service, we organized the “2020 (virtual) Radiographers’ training

As restriction eases and the number of active #COVID-19 cases reported by the #Ghana Health Service declines, 55 CAD4COVID artificial intelligence diagnostic software to help facilities across many regions in Ghana in the plan to eventually make Ghana “COVID-19-free”. Our roads lead to #success, we believe!

Two UniversalDelft teams are on the road, installing 55 #Cad4covid boxes in health care facilities throughout Ghana. So far, in addition to the Greater Accra Ghana health service hospitals, 8 more facilities in the Eastern, Oti, Northern and Volta region have received the new Computer-Aided Detection “4” COVID-19 (CAD4COVID) artificial intelligence software to increase COVID-19 testing capacity and reduce

We have all come to terms with the fact that we are no more in normal times. As the COVID-19 pandemic has affected easy movement from one country to another, we at Universal Delft have not allowed this to limit us. Last week, our engineers perfectly assisted One of Delft Imaging customers in Thailand for

Successful completion of the 3rd Preventive Maintenance rounds for the equipment deployed under the ORIO TB-project ‘Accelerating Case Detection of TB in Ghana’.   This year the preventive maintenance was done again by two teams of clinical engineers (Ghana Health Service) and Universal Delft biomedical engineers, one team addressing the project sites in the Northern sector

Date Issued: May 28, 2020 Nearly all countries around the world are facing COVID-19. This crisis is inspiring unprecedented global efforts across all industries, and we are glad to offer our support. We developed CAD4COVID:  an artificial intelligence software that triages COVID-19 suspects on chest X-rays images and indicates the affected lung tissue. CAD4COVID has