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Unlimited CT scan storage in the cloud

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March 20, 2024

Traditional CT scanners, along with their software systems, demand significant IT resources. They are typically restricted to a single dedicated workstation requiring a powerful computer for visualization and analysis, limiting access significantly. Scan results are often shared through physical printouts or PDFs, hindering efficient workflow and team collaboration. Users also report having shelves full of hard drives, unreliable network drive systems, and difficulty finding and accessing their scan data.

Lumafield’s technology is designed for the cloud, revolutionizing data management and storage for CT scanning. Rather than charging by the scan or limiting scans, Lumafield offers unlimited scan storage. Lumafield customers may keep up to 300 scans active for up to 3 months with all analysis capabilities available before they are archived and stored at no cost in perpetuity. This frees your engineering teams to scan, analyze, and measure with no added cost using our Voyager platform. Lumafield is the only industrial CT platform to offer unlimited storage for your scans, giving you instant access to data for years to come, regardless of scan age or file size. 

Unlike legacy systems, the Neptune CT scanner streams data to the cloud, where it is automatically processed and analyzed by Atlas—Lumafield’s AI co-pilot—in Voyager. Because the data is in the cloud, data can be viewed on any device immediately, even including mobile devices, making it easy to share scans with decision makers around the world. This also results in an ever-growing database of scans that gets more valuable with each additional scan. This aggregate data unlocks many layers of analytical value: from trend analysis, to training data for sophisticated AI models, to root cause analysis, customers get more out of the system as they continue to use it.

In addition to Lumafield’s cloud-connected Neptune CT scanner, we also offer an entirely offline, on-premise Neptune. To learn about scan storage for Offline Neptune, please contact Lumafield.

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Unlimited CT scan storage in the cloud

March 20, 2024

Traditional CT scanners, along with their software systems, demand significant IT resources. They are typically restricted to a single dedicated workstation requiring a powerful computer for visualization and analysis, limiting access significantly. Scan results are often shared through physical printouts or PDFs, hindering efficient workflow and team collaboration. Users also report having shelves full of hard drives, unreliable network drive systems, and difficulty finding and accessing their scan data.

Lumafield’s technology is designed for the cloud, revolutionizing data management and storage for CT scanning. Rather than charging by the scan or limiting scans, Lumafield offers unlimited scan storage. Lumafield customers may keep up to 300 scans active for up to 3 months with all analysis capabilities available before they are archived and stored at no cost in perpetuity. This frees your engineering teams to scan, analyze, and measure with no added cost using our Voyager platform. Lumafield is the only industrial CT platform to offer unlimited storage for your scans, giving you instant access to data for years to come, regardless of scan age or file size. 

Unlike legacy systems, the Neptune CT scanner streams data to the cloud, where it is automatically processed and analyzed by Atlas—Lumafield’s AI co-pilot—in Voyager. Because the data is in the cloud, data can be viewed on any device immediately, even including mobile devices, making it easy to share scans with decision makers around the world. This also results in an ever-growing database of scans that gets more valuable with each additional scan. This aggregate data unlocks many layers of analytical value: from trend analysis, to training data for sophisticated AI models, to root cause analysis, customers get more out of the system as they continue to use it.

In addition to Lumafield’s cloud-connected Neptune CT scanner, we also offer an entirely offline, on-premise Neptune. To learn about scan storage for Offline Neptune, please contact Lumafield.