CHICAGO, IL – Topcon is attending the 2018 American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Annual Meeting in Chicago to demonstrate its latest innovative technology solutions for today’s ophthalmologists. AAO will mark the debut of Topcon Harmony, the next generation in ophthalmic data management. Harmony replaces Synergy and features a completely redesigned browser-based user interface that includes new features and vendor-neutral connectivity.
John Trefethen, Vice President of Marketing & Product Design for Topcon, stated, “The last few months of hard work and preparation will be showcased at AAO starting on October 27th. We are proud to demonstrate Topcon Harmony, the next generation of clinically relevant access to rich data sets in support of better patient outcomes. What was merely data management has evolved into a feature-rich set of tools every clinician should experience first-hand. New features have been added that give users faster access to the information and patient exam histories they need. I am really impressed by what the entire Topcon team has accomplished.”
Topcon is also revealing a new pricing structure for Topcon Harmony and Topcon CLOUD at AAO. Topcon CLOUD is the automated, cloud-based, device backup solution that meets HIPPA requirements, provides scalable storage options, and supports a disaster recovery program.
Thai Do, the Topcon Harmony Product Manager, stated, “The new software provides a clean interface and builds a solid foundation to support the future product roadmap.” Thai Do will be on-site at Topcon Booth #3745 for live demonstrations and ready to answer any product questions.
In addition to its software solutions, Topcon will also be displaying its full line of ophthalmic diagnostic equipment including the new Triton Swept Source OCT. The Triton is the 1st commercially available multimodal Swept Source OCT in the US. It combines Topcon’s years of experience in imaging technology with the diagnostic power of SS-OCT. The Triton features 100K A-scans/sec, a 1,050nm light source that allows you to image deeper into the retina and through media opacities, a high-density widefield OCT Scan, and the ability to view the vitreous and choroid in the same scan.
On Sunday evening, Oct. 28th, Topcon Medical Systems, Topcon Healthcare Solutions and Review of Ophthalmology are partnering to discuss Innovations in Swept Source OCT. This symposium will review the latest clinical and technical advances in SS-OCT including the potential of Artiﬁcial Intelligence in ophthalmology. Be sure and visit Topcon’s AAO page to learn more and reserve your seat.
Stop by Topcon’s Booth #3745 at AAO to learn more about our innovative technology solutions!