S-Fetus 4.0 is claimed to be the first smart obstetric screening technology based on deep learning in the world.
Powered by Intel oneAPI Toolkits, the S-Fetus 4.0 Obstetric Screening Assistant leverages deep learning techniques to power a smart scenario-based work model.
This model will allow doctors to automatically acquire real-time standard planes and measure fetal biometry and growth index precisely.
Furthermore, they can perform sonography without manually controlling the equipment.
SonoScape used the Intel oneAPI Toolkits for the development and optimisation of cross-architecture to expedite multimodel data processing.
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The company noted that the system has been designed with a one-click simple touch to streamline the sonogram process and enhance scanning efficiency.
SonoScape Medical innovation research center head Zhou Guoyi said: “Our obstetric screening assistant has achieved breakthroughs in terms of performance and scalability and now it can offer more efficient means of smart obstetric diagnosis that assist doctors in precise work to ensure better patient outcomes.”
The company applied the new upgrade to different high-end ultrasound equipment to improve service capability.
The S-Fetus 4.0 will run on SonoScape S60, P60, P60 Exp, S50 Elite, P50 Elite and P40 Elite.
SonoScape Ultrasound Division vice-president Naizhang Feng said: “With our commitment to the independent R&D and innovation of medical equipment, our cutting edge technology has been able to realise its potential to serve medical institutions around the world.”