Cloud solutions have been tried and tested worldwide. This technology provides access to state of the art software services on a pay per use basis, while simultaneously reducing the need for expensive computing and communications infrastructure in the office. An ever growing number of companies has chosen to rely on services and storage hosted remotely in the “cloud”. Today's high data transmission rates make remotely hosted services ranging from simple image backups to complete collections of servers increasingly attractive. Applications and data stored remotely are accessible wherever a connection to the internet exists.
A daily challenge in veterinary medicine is processing the large volume of images generated by modern equipment. Veterinary diagnostics greatly benefits from advances in high-quality imaging techniques and at the same time is faced with ever-growing data volumes.
ORCA® (OR Technology Cloud Archiving) is a software solution designed to make everyday work in veterinary practices and animal clinics easier, cheaper and more efficient. ORCA® archives medical images and documents on its remote servers using highest security standards, and enables these data to be shared with other veterinarians and authorised persons online. Communication is easier than ever with vets requesting equine pre-purchase examinations, pet owners, appraisers for breeding associations and colleagues during a consultation.
ORCA® Archive transfers and stores image files from direct sources (e.g. digital X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound machines) as well as from Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) in a cloud-based archive. ORCA® Archive can also be used as a backup solution. Wherever the internet is accessible, images archived in the cloud can be viewed at maximal resolution and quality (DICOM) via the integrated, browser-based ORCA® View program and our analysis software dicomPACS®vet. If a different PACS is in use, images from ORCA® can be downloaded to the desktop for local viewing.
|Fast access|| |
Register on www.orca.de.com and begin working with ORCA® immediately.
|No expensive equipment|| |
ORCA® provides access to remote servers and software solutions. There is no need for an office filled with expensive equipment. Billing is usage-based (flat rate or pay-per-use).
|Excellent scalability|| |
System memory can be expanded as your demand for ORCA® services grows.
|24/7 access|| |
Images and documents are accessible at any time from all mobile and stationary devices with an internet connection.
The user-friendly interface is self-explanatory. Support is available online.
|No more service contracts|| |
ORCA® is automatically updated and serviced without extra charges.
|Data security|| |
ORCA® guarantees automatic data backups and high security standards. Data loss as a result of malware or hardware failure is a thing of the past.
Excellent accessibility is ORCA®‘s top priority.
|Fit for the future|| |
ORCA® Archives all data in modern computing centres. Server technology is regularly updated.
ORCA® is also a communication platform. Sharing images and documents with doctors and other authorised persons is a breeze.
|Optimal workflow|| |
ORCA®'s many special functions and settings make workflow customisation easy.
|Comprehensive tools|| |
Machining, surveying (partly AI-supported) and report generation
Also included in the ORCA® package is ORCA® View, a cross-platform program for all browsers and mobile devices. Using ORCA® View, images can not only be viewed, but also processed and analysed using various measurement tools. The program also provides diverse templates for generating findings reports. ORCA® View is web-based and requires no local software installation.
Product brochure ORCA® - The DICOM cloud for veterinary medical images and documents
ORCA® archives veterinary medical images and documents on its remote access servers using highest security standards and is an online platform for sharing medical images and findings with doctors and other authorised persons
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