Upgrading your existing Canon Medical MRI system to Vantage Orian will allow your facility to enjoy a new level of productivity, patient comfort and clinical confidence, boosted by deep learning based noise removal* and scan accelerating compressed sensing technology*
The Vantage Orian Encore program offers EXCELART Vantage, Vantage Atlas, and Vantage Titan customers with older Vantage systems exceptional value by upgrading these legacy systems to the Vantage Orian platform while keeping the magnet in place and reducing downtime and construction costs.
Why upgrade to Vantage Orian?
Keep your magnet to reduce construction cost and time
Move to a new digital platform utilizing Deep Learning and Compressed Sensing technology
Get the new intelligent monitor and optional dockable table to save valuable set-up time
Reduce hospital downtime compared to replacing the entire system
The easy upgrade process:
Transition to the latest 1.5T MR technology with minimal downtime
Vantage Orian is designed to increase productivity and lower running costs, ensure patient comfort and deliver uncompromised clinical confidence.
Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE) intelligently removes noise from images which results in higher SNR* and enables increased resolution. Achieve sharp, clear and distinct images utilizing the power of Deep Learning, allowing you to see through the noise.
Shorten individual MRI sequences as well as entire MRI examinations.
Compressed SPEEDER is a new imaging technique that can accelerate scan times across the whole body. This unique imaging approach enables high-speed imaging up to 2.5X times current scan speeds while supporting diagnostic image performance.
UTE (Ultra Short TE)
Allows clinicians to capture images in tissues that generally disappear too quickly for accurate MR imaging. This enables imaging of anatomy such as the lungs, helping providers obtain information to diagnose and treat their patients.
Quick Star free breathing
Quick Star free breathing and motion reduction can be helpful for challenging patients that have difficulty holding their breath, especially for liver examinations or uncooperative patients like pediatrics.