Casio will unveil its medical camera to the global market for the first time at one of the world’s largest medical device exhibitions – virtual.MEDICA 2020. The exhibition will be held online this year from November 16 to 19, 2020. Applying its original image processing technology to the medical field, Casio engineers have collaborated with medical professionals to develop the D’z IMAGE suite of hardware, software, and cloud service .
The exhibit at virtual.MEDICA 2020 will demonstrate how the medical camera and related services can facilitate earlier detection of disease and support the work of medical professionals in clinical settings.
The Casio products and services to be exhibited at virtual.MEDICA 2020 are already available in Japan, including the DZ-D100 DERMOCAMERA for 218,900 yen ($2093) inclusive tax. The single camera unit can take both close-up and ordinary shots of affected skin areas. The D’z IMAGE Viewer, a PC software application facilitates management of the captured images.
The lightweight DZ-S50 dermoscope allows a wide range of dermal observations. Casio’s online booth will use video and other media to introduce the outstanding features of each product and service. Casio is determined to use its advanced imaging technologies to contribute to better medical care.
In future Casio will be building sales networks for D’z IMAGE products and services in major markets worldwide, including Europe and the United States, while simultaneously expanding their scope of application to clinical specialties other than dermatology.