ParaVision 6

Preclinical MRI Software

Higher Productivity and Increased Performance in Preclinical MRI

ParaVision® 6 is a new standard in preclinical MRI software that delivers unsurpassed image quality and enhanced productivity for both routine users and experts. A completely new, intuitive workflow provides easy selection of optimized examination protocols including a large portfolio exclusive to Bruker. Fast, fully automatic system optimization and data acquisition together with powerful image data evaluation tools, guarantee maximum user efficiency and throughput. 

The ParaVision 6 workflow is designed for optimal operation of MRI systems powered by the new electronic platform AVANCE III HD. It now enables automatic hardware recognition for fast and easy setup, integrated dynamic real-time optimization and adjustment of experimental parameters during scanning, and fast 64 bit multi core image reconstruction for high resolution 3D imaging results. While making preclinical imaging more efficient for the expert user, ParaVision 6’s ease of use is very attractive to customers in biological, pharmaceutical and clinical routine labs.

    ParaVision 6 highlights

    • New and accelerated, intuitive workflow
    • Ready-to-use protocols and scan programs
    • Active method conflict handling
    • Automatic hardware recognition
    • Real-time optimization during scanning
    • On-the-fly RF-pulse calculation
    • In-line navigator-based image reconstruction
    • Fast 64 bit multi core image reconstruction for high resolution 3D imaging
    • Fully searchable data base, network data management
    • Remote scan planning and scheduling
    • Multi-modality scan planning
    • Arbitrary cuboid or ellipsoid shim volumes

    Application packages

    • Cardiology
    • Diffusion
    • Angiography
    • Perfusion
    • Spectroscopy
    • fMRI and DCE
    • Relaxation
    • Short TE Imaging
    • Method Development Framework

    Technical features

    • 3D Visualization and Analysis
    • Multimodal Data Import
    • Parallel Imaging and Reconstruction
    • Parallel Transmit
    • Project Planning
    • Method Development Framework