Topcon at the AAO Annual Meeting 2019

Join Topcon Healthcare Solutions, an innovator in diagnostic software and data management, during the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) annual meeting at Moscone Center in San Francisco, October 12 – 15. 

Stop by booth #5343  to see what we are up to.

October 12-15, 2019

Moscone Center
San Francisco, California
Booth#: 5343

The DRI OCT Triton combines Swept Source OCT and eye tracking with multimodal fundus imaging in an all‑in-one state‑of‑the-art imaging tool. Triton’s Swept Source OCT, with a scanning speed of 100,000 A‑scans/sec and 1,050nm wavelength light source, results in stunningly clear and detailed images. You will not only see the retina and vitreous, but also the choroid and the sclera like never before!

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Triton Swept Source OCT imaging through cataract.

Huang et al. Signal-to-Noise Ratio Comparisons Between Spectral-Domain and Swept-Source OCTs.
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2016.


Experts in OCT Share Cutting Edge Applications

This symposium will review the latest clinical and technical advances in OCT – including Artificial Intelligence applications and Ocular Telehealth.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Registration, Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres:
5:00PM – 6:00PM

6:00PM – 7:30PM

Marriott Marquis
780 Mission Street San Francisco, CA

ROOM: Golden Gate B

This event is not affiliated with the official program of AAO 2019. Your attendance at this meeting may be reported by the sponsor in accordance with the Sunshine Act. For further information visit, https://www.acponline.org/system/files/documents/practice-resources/regulatory­resources/regulatory-compliance/sunshine_guidance.pdf. Please refer to your state laws for any attendance restrictions. Attendance at this event is limited to eye care professionals. Due to individual state legislation, physicians licensed in Minnesota, Vermont and Massachusetts may not attend this symposium.


Richard Spaide, MD
Vitreous Retina Macula Consultants of NY


Lama AI-Aswad, MD, MPH
NYU Ophthalmology Associates

Pearse Keane, MD
Moorfields Eye Hospital, London

Maestro21 now includes The Hood Report for Glaucoma2

Retinal Thickness/RNFL/GCL and Optic Nerve Metrics in just one fast scan. The New Hood Glaucoma Report is now available. This innovative report simplifies and accelerates the decision-making process through the correlation of structure (GCC/RNFL) with function (overlay of Visual Field test locations).

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By combining manually entered refractive information with biometric data obtained by low-coherence interferometry, the Aladdin provides a quantitative report of the progression of changes in the eye’s refractive power.

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Discover the next generation in data management. Streamline your practice workflow with an all-new user-interface that leverages Topcon’s extensive instrument knowledge and display your data in clinically meaningful ways. Topcon Harmony connects with hundreds of devices3, even from other manufacturers – DICOM or not.

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1. The Maestro2 and OCTA are not available for sale in every country. Please check with your local distributor for availability.

2. Not available in all countries. Please check with your local distributor for details.

3. Topcon Harmony connects to over 200 different ophthalmic devices. Please check with your sales representative for compatibility details.

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Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA


Automated Phoropter with built‑in M&S Charts


Fully automated SD OCT built‑in fundus camera

DRI OCT Triton™ Series

Multimodal Swept Source OCT

Topcon Harmony

Ophthalmic Data Management System

Topcon Cloud

Backup + Storage
Peace of Mind