Neuroimaging Technology Advances and Growth Opportunities

Neuroimaging Technology Advances and Growth Opportunities

Innovation in MRI, CT Imaging Techniques and Integration of AI Making Neuroimaging More Patient-centric, and Personalized

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17-May-2023
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The neuroimaging industry is dynamic, constantly looking for novel approaches to identify and cure complex neurological disorders. Emerging MRI and CT technologies have helped address the challenges in neuroimaging, such as limited spatiotemporal resolution, cost and accessibility, and patient safety.

This study examines emerging technologies, such as magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF), magnetic particle imaging (MPI), positron emission tomography-MR imaging (PET-MRI), silent ZTE (Zero Echo Time) MRI, photon-counting computerized tomography (PCCT), PET-CT, bedside CT, dual-energy CT, and AI-based MRI and CT technologies. Additionally, the study explores the potential benefits and outcomes of partnerships between top-tier neuroimaging companies and predictive AI startups, highlighting stakeholders in the competitive industry.

The study predicts the evolution of MRI and CT across diagnostic imaging and treatment planning in the next five years; and it explores the potential impact of these emerging technologies on personalized medicine and precision neurology. These advancements can potentially transform the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. Finally, this Frost & Sullivan study suggests the growth opportunities in early-stage MRI and CT with the expanding applications of Neuroimaging-as-a-Service (NaaS) in neuromarketing and sleep deprivation management.

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Neuroimaging Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Neuroimaging Challenges

Segmentation

Scope of Analysis

Growth Drivers

Growth Drivers (continued)

Growth Restraints

Emerging MRI Modalities and Mechanisms

Emerging MRI Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging MRI Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging MRI Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging MRI Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Key MRI Companies and Their Technology Descriptions

Key MRI Companies and Their Technology Descriptions (continued)

Emerging CT Modalities and Mechanisms

Emerging CT Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging CT Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging CT Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Emerging CT Modalities and Mechanisms (continued)

Key CT Companies and Their Technology Descriptions

Key CT Companies and Their Technology Descriptions (continued)

Key CT Companies and Their Technology Descriptions (continued)

AI Helps in Detection, Diagnosis, Prediction, and Workflow Management

A Snapshot of AI-based Technologies Impacting the Neuroimaging Industry

AI Enables Personalized Diagnosis and Prediction in MRI Imaging

AI Enables More Accurate and Faster Diagnosis in CT Imaging

Collaborations to Develop AI-based Platforms for Improved Technology Capabilities

Collaborations to Develop AI-based Platforms for Improved Technology Capabilities (continued)

Collaborations to Develop AI-based Platforms for Improved Technology Capabilities (continued)

Significant Funding in the Neuroimaging Field Drives Innovation and Growth

Significant Funding in the Neuroimaging Field Drives Innovation and Growth (continued)

Patent Database Analysis for MRI in Neuroimaging

Patent Database Analysis for CT in Neuroimaging

Growth Opportunity 1: Advancing Image Quality

Growth Opportunity 1: Advancing Image Quality (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Patient-Centric CT Innovation

Growth Opportunity 2: Patient-centric CT Innovation (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Neuroimaging-as-a-Service for Neuromarketing and Sleep Deprivation Management

Growth Opportunity 3: Neuroimaging-as-a-Service for Neuromarketing and Sleep Deprivation Management (continued)

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

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The neuroimaging industry is dynamic, constantly looking for novel approaches to identify and cure complex neurological disorders. Emerging MRI and CT technologies have helped address the challenges in neuroimaging, such as limited spatiotemporal resolution, cost and accessibility, and patient safety. This study examines emerging technologies, such as magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF), magnetic particle imaging (MPI), positron emission tomography-MR imaging (PET-MRI), silent ZTE (Zero Echo Time) MRI, photon-counting computerized tomography (PCCT), PET-CT, bedside CT, dual-energy CT, and AI-based MRI and CT technologies. Additionally, the study explores the potential benefits and outcomes of partnerships between top-tier neuroimaging companies and predictive AI startups, highlighting stakeholders in the competitive industry. The study predicts the evolution of MRI and CT across diagnostic imaging and treatment planning in the next five years; and it explores the potential impact of these emerging technologies on personalized medicine and precision neurology. These advancements can potentially transform the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. Finally, this Frost & Sullivan study suggests the growth opportunities in early-stage MRI and CT with the expanding applications of Neuroimaging-as-a-Service (NaaS) in neuromarketing and sleep deprivation management.
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Author Swati Mishra
Industries Healthcare
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Keyword 1 Neuroimaging Industry
Keyword 2 Neuroimaging Technology Advances
Keyword 3 Brain Imaging
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WIP Number DAA5-01-00-00-00