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Holoscan deal for real time medical AI data interconnect

Holoscan deal for real time medical AI data interconnect

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By Nick Flaherty



Real-Time Innovations (RTI) is working with Nvidia on real-time data connectivity for the Holoscan software development kit (SDK) in medical applications.

The deal integrates the RTI Connext publish/subscribe real time data interconnect with Holoscan so that developers can build and deploy low latency medical AI applicaitons using sensor and video data.

Connext facilitates interoperable and real-time communication for complex, intelligent systems in the healthcare industry and other areas using the DDS publish/subscribe standard

AI-enabled sensor processing applications need systems that have access to distributed, reliable, and continuous data streaming across a number of different devices and data sources. RTI provides a connectivity framework for the Holoscan SDK, offering scalable and flexible integration across various systems and sensors.

“Connectivity is the foundation for cutting-edge technologies, such as AI, that are transforming the medtech industry and beyond,” said Darren Porras, Market Development Manager, Medical at RTI. “We’re proud to work with NVIDIA to harness the transformative power of AI to revolutionize healthcare. By providing competitive, tailored solutions, we are paving the way for sustainable business value across the healthcare, automotive, and industrial sectors, marking an important step toward a future where technology enhances the quality of life and drives innovation.”

Connext integrates with the Nvidia AI sensor processing pipelines and reference workflows, bolstering data flows and real-time medical AI processing across a system of systems. With capabilities for real-time visualization and data-driven insights, the technologies will help drive more precise and automated minimally invasive procedures, clinical monitoring, and next-generation medical imaging platforms, as well as smarter, integrated systems across industries.

“Enterprises are looking for advanced software-defined architectures that deliver on low latency, flexibility, reliability, scalability, and cybersecurity,” said David Niewoldny, Director of Business Development for Healthcare and Medical at NVIDIA. “With RTI Connext and NVIDIA Holoscan, medical technology developers can accelerate their software-defined product visions by leveraging infrastructure purposely-built for healthcare applications.”

DDS and Connext is field-proven across many industries to communicate data with the highest level of reliability in over 2,000 programmes.

www.rti.com; www.nvidia.com

 

 

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