IDC (Imaging Dynamics Company, Ltd.) is a medical technology company and innovative driving-force in the high growth field of medical imaging and digital radiography (DR) solutions.
Founded in May 1995 with a vision to pioneer and create unparalled solutions in digital radiography (DR) technology that produce high resolution X-ray images at a low system costs for global healthcare providers.
This is accomplished by employing innovative and talented individuals who shared a common goal of improving the quality of healthcare on a global scale.
The Company is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the symbol IDL.
Today, the Canadian head office, representative office in Beijing, China, and business office in Hong Kong, are comprised of dedicated teams in R&D, software development, sales and marketing, operations, and technical support.
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A key part of the Company's growing medical imaging product portfolio are the two platforms of digital radiography (DR) technology that enable the efficient capture of high resolution X-ray images with low dose to the patient.
IDC's goal is to provide the highest image quality at an affordable system cost. This approach has allowed IDC to successfully compete against other large manufacturers in the industry.
The IDC tiered X-Series CCD-based technology and innovaXion flat panel technology provides solutions for not only medical applications, but additionally support the Orthopaedic, Chiropractic, Sports Medicine, and Veterinary markets.
Both DR platforms integrate with the Company's proprietary Magellan image processing software to provide efficent, user-friendly solutions, increase patient throughput, and improve the overall level of healthcare for medical facilities world-wide.
This varied segment of the product portfolio enables the Company's global customers to have a choice in affordable X-ray solutions to best meet their imaging and budget needs.
Today the Companys' DR technologies can be found in many leading medical and healthcare facilities in 50 countries worldwide.