LIS & Imaging for Clinical Laboratories
LIS & Imaging For Clinical Laboratories
Bringing digital pathology and AI to Scotland - Seamless integration to LIMS
Improving Wellbeing Through Innovation
Cirdan is a leading provider of informatics and imaging solutions that enhance and speed up the diagnosis of patients. Headquartered in the UK, with offices in Canada and Australia, Cirdan is recognised as one of the leading suppliers of laboratory information systems worldwide. Our systems are currently helping to increase efficiency and streamline operations in clinical laboratories across six continents.
“A recent review of our LIS product led our organisation to the conclusion that ULTRA is still a market leading product with the best ROI for us.”Sean Jackson
ULTRA Laboratory Information System
See the impact it is making in other labs
David Montgomery, Head of Engineering for our PathXL division, joined us back in January. Since then, David has been leading new product development and R&D within the division. We recently caught up with David to find out more about his work within the PathXL team and to find out more about the amazing work he has done over the years for Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI.
Cirdan’s PathXL Tutor Platform to deliver managed service for PathLAKE’s online virtual microscopy courses
Cirdan, a global leader in pathology informatics and imaging, since acquiring the Belfast-based Philips Digital and Computational Pathology business (formerly known as PathXL) in July 2020, has enhanced its existing product offering with PathXL’s digital pathology, image analysis, deep learning, and educational tools.
Cirdan joins local industry leaders in Smart Nano NI consortium led by Seagate Technology in a bid to win major funding for Northern Ireland
Cirdan is delighted to be a member of the smart nano-manufacturing corridor consortium (Smart Nano NI) led by Seagate Technology Ireland and to work in partnership with rapidly growing and innovative local Northern Irish organisations including, Yelo, Causeway Sensors Limited, Digital Catapult and Analytics Engines, alongside academic research institutions Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University and North West Regional College (NWRC).