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GoWIX PAK/3

Not the PACS you've known so far.


GoWIX PAK/3 consists of GoWIX Stream, GoWIX Cloud and GoWIX AI . They are separate, independent products and are fully integrated on the GoWIX platform.


GoWIX, always on.

Chrome

Edge

Just connect, not install.

Support Modern Web browsers such as Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.



GoWIX is a new concept of Web PACS with modern design.



GoWIX PAC/3 supports multiple diagnostic monitors*. This feature requires GoWIX Chrome Extension and can be downloaded from the Google Chrome Web Store.



Redesigned worklist



Study Viewer with related exams.



GoWIX AI helps for deep learning research in the hospitals.



GoWIX AI for Chest X-Ray image.

*** Chest AI function does not acquire the MDFS(Korea), FDA and CE . They will be coming soon.





GoDR PAK/3

#1 Digital X-ray Software in the world.


GoDR PAK/3 consists of GoDR Medical, GoDR Vet and GoDR AI . They are separate, independent products and are fully integrated on the GoDR platform.


GoDR, the world 1st digital acquisition software.

GoDR is a Vendor Neutral Digital X-ray image processing and acquisition software.



GoDR provides an easy-to-use Smart Order Mapping Tool for various procedures.



GoDR decision board supports free rotation for adjust the right direction.



Auto stitching upto 3 vertical images.



GoDR Vet is a Vendor Neutral Digital X-ray image processing and acquisition software for Veterinary.





GoStitching PAK/3

The-best-auto-merging-software-for-medical-images.


GoStitching PAK/3 consists of GoStitching PC, GoStitching Cloud and GoStitching AI . They are separate, independent products and are fully integrated on the GoDR platform.


Amazing tool, ever.

Gostitching is the image processing software developed by SmartCareworks. It is the software that automatically merges multiple X-ray images taken with most of CR or DR into one image.



GoStitching smartly separates the two studies and automatically merges each study into one image and sends it to PACS. PACS displays two merged images.