The Innsbruck Advanced Image Management (AIM) project - a central archive and distribution system for radiology and multimedia data

Vogl R, Berreck M, Brauns T, Draxl W, Geiger G, Pellizzari T, Pirchl C, Reiter D, Schwab M, Schulze K, Stark C, Wallinger M, Wilhelmy I

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A project for a unique comprehensive innovative archiving and distribution system for image data and other types of large volume medical datasets (like bio-signals, movies, etc.) was started by TILAK (the public hospitals company in the Austrian County of Tyrol) in the year 2000-the Advanced Image Management (AIM). The main goal was to establish the multimedia electronic patient record through a tight integration of the AIM with the Clinical Information System based on Cerner Millennium. Establishing a central highly available, secure (data confidentiality) and highly performing archive with over 100TB of RAID disk space for everything online access to image data from a unified viewing software distributed to 2500 clinical workstations was the objective reached during this 3-year project. (c) 2005 CARS & Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Veröffentlichungsjahr: 2005
Sprache, in der die Publikation verfasst istEnglisch