Technologies Enabling Super-resolution Biomedical Imaging

Redrawing the Boundaries of Medical Imaging

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TechVision's latest research service from the medical imaging technology cluster highlights the emerging trends and innovations in super-resolution biomedical imaging. Over the last two decades, powered by rapid advances in electronics and sensors, information technology and telecommunications, microscopes have evolved from moderately powerful, stand-alone imaging devices into powerful, networked and highly-intelligent diagnostic systems. A term that has evolved over the last decade is super-resolution. Super-resolution imaging techniques that are employed to improve the resolution of imaging systems, in an attempt to break the diffraction limit – a phenomenon that determines the limitations of optical imagin

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Scope of Research1.2 Research Methodology1.2 Research Methodology (continued)1.3 The Evolution of Microscopes to Nanoscopes Also Brings About Smarter Imaging Systems2.0 Technology Snapshot and Trends2.1 The Growing Importance of Super-resolution Imaging 2.2 The Need for Super-resolution is Necessitated by the Phenomenon of Diffraction Limit 2.3 The Growth of Nanomedicine and Basic Science Drives the Move to Super-resolution Microscopes2.4 The Importance of 3D Autofocus Systems, Image Processing in Biomedical Imaging2.5 Super-resolution is Achieved through Instrumentation Improvements and Alternate Approaches to Image Acquisition2.6 Spotlight on Super-resolution Microscopy3.0 Enabling Technologies and Emerging Applications3.1 Image Sensors Form the Foundation of Medical Imaging3.2 Machine Vision Brings About Automation in Image Analysis3.3 Artificial Intelligence Enables Digital Pathology3.4 The Need for Image Stability Necessitates 3D Autofocus Systems3.5 Super-resolution is an Urgent Requirement for Pharmaceutical and Life Science Research4.0 Emerging Opportunities in Super-resolution Imaging4.1 Oxford Nanoimaging – Nanoimaging to Study Live Sub-cellular Interactions4.2 Sony-Olympus Joint Venture Results in a High-resolution Surgical Microscopes4.3 Ultra-high Definition Imaging System for Superior Endoscopic Viewing4.4 Transoral Robotic-assisted High-resolution Microendoscopic Imaging5.0 Impact Assessment and Analysis5.1 Market Impact of Growth Drivers5.2 The Explosive Growth of Nanotechnology, Demand from Asia-Pacific are Key Drivers of the Market5.3 Pipeline of Innovations in the Image Sensor and Advanced Analytics Markets Ensure Continuous Product Enhancements5.4 Market Impact of Growth Challenges5.5 Competition from Non-optical Imaging Solutions, Limited Funding Opportunities are Key Market Challenges5.6 Need for Skilled Technicians, Complexities in Sample Handling are Key Technical Challenges5.7 Private Investment Has Been Leading in Innovations in High-resolution Imaging5.8 Annual Public Funding in the US Averages Just $50 Million5.9 Analysis of Recent NIH-funded Projects5.9 Analysis of Recent NIH-funded Projects (continued)5.10 Strong Venture Funding Shows the Cross-industry Importance of Super-resolution Imaging 6.0 Opportunity Evaluation and Future Roadmap6.1 APAC in Strong Growth Phase as the US and Europe Reach Maturity6.2 Clinical Imaging is Dominated by Trends such as Miniaturization, Portability, and Connectivity6.3 Opportunities Abound in Pharma and Regenerative Medicine Research for Cell Quantification and Imaging6.4 Super-resolution Imaging Aligns Well with Emerging Megatrends of Miniaturization and Technology Convergence7.0 IP Landscape Analysis7.1 Technologies Available for Licensing 7.1 Technologies Available for Licensing (continued)7.2 Super-resolution Imaging – Regional IP Analysis7.3 Super-resolution Imaging – By Top Assignees7.4 Key Patents for you to Check7.4 Key Patents for you to Check (continued)7.4 Key Patents for you to Check (continued)7.4 Key Patents for you to Check (continued)8.0 Industry Contacts and References8.1 Database of Key Industry Participants8.2 Literature ReferencesLegal Disclaimer

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