AI Central PRO, Transparent-AI and Market Updates in January 2024

ACR Data Science Institute’s AI Central had a busy month, adding a new imaging AI product to our Transparent-AI program and 11 new products to the directory. 

AI Central PRO Update

For our first update, Siemens Healthineers, a manufacturer participating in AI Central PRO, updated their profile this month with additional information and content. AI Central PRO allows manufacturers to add additional information to their manufacturer and product profiles on AI Central to explain how their products work in an effort to improve patient care and make it easier to learn more. This gives radiologists a better understanding of how a product can best support their patients and workflows through supplemental material about each product developed by the manufacturer.     

New Transparent-AI Product 

We also have a new product added to our Transparent-AI program, which is designed to increase transparency in imaging AI and help end users have better informed discussions and selection criteria when making decisions about which algorithm might be most appropriate for their local target population. 

Gleamer joined the Transparent-AI program with their product BoneView. BoneView is intended to analyze radiographs using machine learning techniques to identify and highlight fractures during the review of certain radiographs.

Transparent-AI consists of voluntarily provided data elements solicited from participating imaging AI manufacturers who currently have an FDA-cleared product in the U.S. market. Manufacturers who participate in this program will receive the Transparent-AI badge on their product listing.   

New Imaging AI Products 

Our AI Central directory has also been updated with 11 new products. With this latest update, we see newly cleared FDA products designed for x-ray and MRI scans of the head.  

New products include:


  • Developed by: Disior Ltd 
  • Bonelogic software is to be used by orthopaedic healthcare professionals for diagnosis and surgical planning in a hospital or clinic environment.  

StrokeViewer Perfusion

  • Developed by: NiCo-Lab B.V. 
  • StrokeViewer Perfusion is an image processing software package intended to provide quantitative perfusion information in brain tissue for suspected ischemic stroke patients. It is to be used by medical imaging professionals who analyze dynamic perfusion studies, including but not limited to physicians such as neurologists, and radiologists.  


  • Developed by: Technologies
  • The qXR-LN (qXR_Lung_nodule) is computer-aided detection software to identify and mark regions in relation to suspected pulmonary nodules from 6 to 30 mm in size. The device is intended to be used in the incidental adult population. It is designed to aid the physician to review the frontal (AP/PA) chest radiographs of adults acquired on digital radiographic systems as a second reader and be used with any DICOM viewer or PACS.  

DTX Studio Clinic 4.0

  • Developed by: Nobel Biocare AB 
  • DTX Studio Clinic is a software program for the acquisition, management, transfer and analysis of dental and craniomaxillofacial image information, and can be used to provide design input for dental restorative solutions. It displays and enhances digital images from various sources to support the diagnostic process and treatment planning.


  • Developed by: Sydney Neuroimaging Analysis Centre Pty Ltd 
  • iQ-solutions™ is a software medical device intended for automatic annotation, visualization, and quantification of segmentable brain structures from a set of brain MRI scans. It is intended to accelerate and improve the quantification of brain structures that would otherwise require a manual process of identifying, annotating, and measuring regions of interest in brain MRI scans. 


  • Developed by: Quibim 
  • QP-Brain® is a medical imaging processing application intended for automatic labeling and volumetric quantification of segmentable brain structures and white matter hyperintensities (WMH) from a set of adults and adolescents 18 and older MR images. Volumetric measurements may be compared to reference percentile data. The application is used by clinicians with proper training, as a support tool in assessment of structural MRIs. Patient management decisions should not be based solely on the results of the device. 

Transpara Density 1.0.0

  • Developed by: ScreenPoint Medical B.V. 
  • Transpara Density is a software application intended for use with data from compatible digital mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis systems. Transpara Density utilizes deep learning artificial intelligence algorithms to automatically determine volumetric breast density (VBD), breast volume, and an ACR BI-RADS 5th Edition breast density category to aid health care professionals in the assessment of breast tissue composition. It is not a diagnostic aid. 

Videa Dental Assist

  • Developed by: VideaHealth, Inc. 
  • Videa Dental Assist is a computer-assisted detection (CADe) device that analyzes intraoral radiographs to identify and localize the following features. Videa Dental Assist is indicated for the review of bitewing, periapical, and panoramic radiographs acquired from patients aged 3 years or older. 

Ceevra Reveal 3

  • Developed by: Ceevra, Inc. 
  • Ceevra Reveal 3+ is intended as a medical imaging system that allows the processing, review, analysis, communication and media interchange of multi-dimensional digital images acquired from CT or MR imaging devices and that such processing may include the generation of preliminary segmentations of normal anatomy using software that employs machine learning and other computer vision algorithms. It is also intended as software for preoperative surgical planning, and as software for the intraoperative display of the aforementioned multi-dimensional digital images. 

Auto Lung Nodule Detection

  • Developed by: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 
  • The Auto Lung Nodule Detection is computer-aided detection software to identify and mark regions in relation to suspected pulmonary nodules from 10 to 30 mm in size. It is designed to aid the physician to review the PA chest radiographs of adults as a second reader and be used as part of S-Station, which is operation software installed on Samsung Digital X-ray Imaging systems. Auto Lung Nodule Detection cannot be used on the patients who have lung lesions other than abnormal nodules. 

Videa Caries Assist

  • Developed by: VideaHealth, Inc. 
  • Videa Caries Assist is a computer-assisted detection (CADe) device that analyzes intraoral radiographs to identify and localize carious lesions. Videa Caries Assist is indicated for use by board licensed dentists for the concurrent review of bitewing (BW) radiographs acquired from adult patients aged 22 years or older.