readOmatic

By: Tomovision  09-12-2011

readOmatic

ReadOmatic is a unique software which allows any desktop computer to read medical archived media.

Whether your data is on tape or an optical disk, just pop it in your drive and readOmatic will do the rest!

Overview

(For Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP,Vista)


ReadOmatic

will scan your SCSI bus to locate your device, analyze the format of your archives, read its directory and display its content. You just have to select the data you want to transfer, where you want it, and readOmatic will copy the data directly to your hard drive. No need for special hardware or software except for a SCSI device (tape or optical disk reader).

Medical professionals and researchers who are working with imaging equipment archiving medium are invited to download this useful program.

"We receive medical images from over a thousand centers around the globe. The Tomovision suite of products is a valuable component in our set of tools for imaging core lab operations."

Andrew F. Kraus, Chief Technology Officer, ICON Medical Imaging.


"I installed 4 so far, many more to come. Quick response and solutions to any problems. So good, I want to be the US distributor."

Bruce Barton, BITS Ltd.

Convert to DICOM

readOmatic can now seamlessly convert your data into DICOM format!

All you need to do is install

in the same directory as readOmatic.

Export to DICOM Network

readOmatic can also export the converted images directly to the DICOM network!

The export to the DICOM network is done with "storeSCU" a free tool from

. All you have to do to enable this option is place a copy of storescu.exe in the same directory as readOmatic.

Supported formats

Image Gallery & Supported Media


Readomatic interface
160Kb


Pioneer MOD & WORM disks
12 Kb

Standard MOD & WORM disks
14 Kb

QIC tape
21Kb

DAT tapes
12Kb

DLT tapes
20Kb

8mm EXABYTE tapes
13Kb

1/2" 9 track tapes
15 Kb


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