Orthoscan was founded in 2002 with one simple idea: develop quality imaging devices that meet our customers' unique needs.
Starting with our first mini C-arm, the Orthoscan Ultra Compact, we have continued that commitment by providing industry-leading products designed specifically for surgical and clinical environments.
We care about our customers' concerns and feedback, which leads us to push advancements in dose reduction, mechanical design, and image quality.
Our passionate pursuit to provide the best quality product is what has led us to become the global leader in mini C-arm imaging.
At Orthoscan, we're a growing team of individuals dedicated to building groundbreaking imaging devices.
We welcome challenges, doing whatever it takes to move beyond them and reach our goals. We work fast, we work smart, and we work together.
From our service department to production team to executive management, all of us at Orthoscan are committed to customer satisfaction. Without our customers and their support, we wouldn't be the market leader we are today.
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Timeline of excellence
- July, 2002
- Orthoscan Inc. founded
- August, 2005
- Orthoscan UC, our first mini C-arm, released
- April, 2009
- Orthoscan HD released, setting a new standard in mini C-arms
- December, 2010
- FD, the first mini C-arm with a flat detector, released
- September, 2011
- ATON GmbH acquires Orthoscan, Inc.
- December, 2011
- Mobile DI, a 35 lb mini C-arm designed for clinical use, released
- May, 2012
- Orthoscan expands facilities
- June, 2013
- FD-OR released with over-rotation, surgical lights, and bilateral controls
- March, 2014
- FD Pulse, with a larger square CMOS detector & reduced dose, released
- December, 2014
- Orthoscan expands manufacturing facilities
- September, 2015
- Orthoscan & Ziehm Imaging team up
- August, 2017
- Orthotouch™, advanced touchscreen interface, released
- October, 2018
- Orthoscan moves to larger facility for administration and manufacturing
- September, 2019
- Orthoscan TAU released with pediatric indication