Sweden – Gothenburg, November 09, 2022: Mentice has received a 3 million SEK grant from the Swedish government agency for innovation, Vinnova, to improve realism in Mentice virtual reality software environment with a focus on synthetic image generation. Mentice will be a part of a joint European research project called the TASTI project, financed by Vinnova within the Eureka Xecs cluster.
“The work to be done in the scope of the TASTI project will further increase the realism of our solutions in several ways. It will not only improve our current products but will open up doors to new applications, where our synthetic images are used to train medical AI algorithms, fully in line with Mentice ambitions to further enhance our position as the most innovative decision support solutions,” says Henrik Storm, Chief Technology Officer at Mentice.
Mentice is the world leader in virtual and physical simulation solutions for Image-Guided Interventional Therapies. Our solutions help healthcare professionals acquire, retain, and enhance their procedural skills, driving improved productivity and outcomes. Mentice solutions are scientifically validated and specifically developed for healthcare providers and the medical device industry. Neurovascular, cardiovascular, and peripheral interventions are just some of the clinical areas covered by our solutions.
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Henrik Storm, Chief Technology Officer, Mentice
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