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Your image production software for faithful imaging

The Skope solution is completed by the skope-i, image production software, providing images after combining the MR data and Skope raw data. Reconstruction of image data from arbitrary k-space acquisition is possible through the general-purpose algorithm implemented in skope-i.

In addition to including the gradient field dynamics captured by Skope hardware products, skope-i handles

  • B0 inhomogeneity
  • SENSE-based parallel imaging acceleration

State-of-the-art image reconstruction for advanced research

K-space trajectories
K-space trajectories

Skope’s image production software provides a versatile framework to reconstruct MR images based on actual encoding dynamics. The k-space trajectories measured by the Cameras and the raw data from the MR scanner are combined to be used by a rigorous algebraic image reconstruction algorithm. Field perturbations, as well as B0 and coil sensitivity information are taken into account during image reconstruction, allowing the production of more reliable and reproducible MRI data.

Save time and focus on your applications

Receive coil sensitivity map
Receive coil sensitivity map

Developing and maintaining robust image reconstruction software requires significant engineering efforts. Additional post-processing steps to correct image artifacts are rendered superfluous given skope-i takes full advantage of the encoding data measured by the Cameras (e.g. including higher-order k-space encoding). Saving valuable engineering time, the images produced by skope-i are ready to be used in subsequent data analysis.

Seamless integration into your workflow

Static B0 map
Static B0 map

Incorporating new image reconstruction software into an efficient workflow can decelerate current projects and studies. Skope-i provides the means to convert measured MR data into high quality images with minimal user input. The usage of standard input (ISMRMRD) and output (DICOM/MATLAB) formats facilitates the sharing of data and the integration of the software into already existing data processing pipelines which also enables the direct comparison of resulting data.


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