We are therefore happy that iQ-ROBOT is now accessible for everyone and want to present you the highlights of the new version.
What’s new in iQ-ROBOT 4.1?
- Performance enhancements
Radiological studies get always bigger. Large multi-frame objects might have created transfer issues due to increased memory consumption. iQ-ROBOT/PRO/PREMIUM is now a true 64-bit application, which improves the transfer and (de)compression of large datasets.
- Support of Epson PP-100III
iQ-ROBOT/PRO/PREMIUM now also supports Epson’s Discproducer PP-100III.
- Better load balancing of multiple robot devices in a network
This optimization ensures that, using the “All available” option, multiple robots receive a better balanced workload.
- Automatic cleaning of project data after a shorter period of time
In some cases it might be useful to clear project data from the project list already after a few hours. With the extended clean-up function, this data can now be removed automatically even after a work shift. This helps to keep the list short and gives users a better overview of current projects.
- Easier adding of languages to the graphical user interface
Users of iQ-ROBOT are now able to easily prepare own translations into a new language of the graphical user interface. A how-to guide can be requested via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- From medical device to non-medical device
In the scope of the changed medical device legislation in the European Union, we have re-assessed iQ-ROBOT’s status and concluded that it no longer classifies as a medical device. CE registration has been removed starting this new version; medical device requirements do not apply.
Find out more about iQ-ROBOT 4.1 in the corresponding product brochure or download your free trial version in the Download Center on our website. Of course, anyone holding a valid Annual Service Package for their iQ-ROBOT license is entitled to upgrade to version 4.1 free of charge.