The latest software developed at the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG) for medical imaging is Weasis which is the clinical viewer in the home-made Electronic Medical Records. Weasis is open source since 2010 and has become a reference DICOM viewer.
The University Hospital of Geneva has a long history of medical imaging software. Starting in 1990 at HUG, Osiris was the first radiological imaging viewer freely distributed around the world and then in 2003 OsiriX was the Mac successor to Osiris.
List of Weasis Success Stories
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Weasis touch with JavaFX
PACS in Bhutan
PACS for Bhutan: a cost effective open source architecture for emerging countries
Weasis plugin for quantitative analysis
A Response Assessment Platform for Development and Validation of Imaging Biomarkers in Oncology
Weasis UI driven by Kinect
Weasis supporting the data workflow in multi-center trials
DICOM for Clinical Research: PACS-Integrated Electronic Data Capture in Multi-Center Trials
Weasis UI driven by Leap Motion
Touchless gesture recognition system for imaging controls in sterile environment
System for veterinary practices
A Reliable, Low-Cost Picture Archiving and Communications System for Small and Medium Veterinary Practices Built Using Open-Source Technology