Osimis announces that it has raised €1.6 million from existing shareholders and an association of radiologists, who are already using its technology.
Liège, February 7, 2022. Osimis announces that it has raised €1.6 million from existing shareholders (W.IN.G, Noshaq, Trasis, Marc Nolet, Jacques Galloy) and an association of radiologists, who are already using its technology. This amount includes some financing from Novallia and Sofinex, two Walloon Region growth acceleration bodies.
In early 2021, Osimis successfully pivoted into a medical imaging AI integration platform. It is now getting strong market traction.
The medical imaging AI field is developing fast, with an increasing number of solutions and vendors entering the market. Adoption by radiologists is also accelerating. Osimis addresses the radiologists concerns about the cost of integrating AI solutions and vendors individually. The company offers hospitals a single integration technology for all AI vendors and delivers deep and seamless integrations that maximize patient’s outcome and optimize hospitals’ return on AI investments. The development of the platform is underpinned from a clinical perspective by Prof Dr Erik Ranschaert, internationally recognized expert in medical imaging AI.
The new funding will allow Osimis to strengthen both its management and operational teams and speed up its developments.
Cédric Constant, CEO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacques Galloy, Chairman of the Board, email@example.com
ABOUT OSIMIS :
Osimis is a pioneer in the field of medical imaging software solutions, associated solutions and related services aimed at enabling interoperability between players in the clinical and medical research fields. Incubated by WSL and located in Liège (Belgium), the company was created following the worldwide success of Orthanc. It now employs 15 people and had sales of around EUR 0.5m in 2021. Osimis has developed into a medical imaging AI integration platform, offering hospitals a single integration technology for all AI vendors and delivering deep and seamless integrations that maximize patient’s outcome and optimize hospitals’ return on AI investments. https://osimis.io
Downloaded over 350,000 times worldwide since 2011, Orthanc is a free and open-source server for web-enabled medical imaging. For his academic work on Orthanc, Sébastien Jodogne, co-founder of Osimis and currently Assistant Professor at UCLouvain, was the winner of one of the international free software awards given annually by the Free Software Foundation in Boston (USA), following Guido van Rossum (Python, 2001) and Wikipedia (2005). https://www.orthanc-server.com