The Trinity PR team are working with leaders in ultrasound technology, Hitachi Medical Systems, to launch its latest flagship model – the ARIETTA 850 with 4th Generation CMUT technology, at The British Medical Ultrasound Society 2017 (6-8th December 2017). The breakthrough technology, housed within the ergonomic design of the ARIETTA 850, supports seamless workflow, shortening examination time, delivering rapid and accurate diagnosis, and providing a more comfortable examination environment for patients.
With a strong heritage in ultrasound technology, Hitachi was the first company to put the MATRIX CMUT (Capacitive Micro machined Ultrasound Transducer) into practical use, using the next generation silicon wafer technology. And now, after nearly two decades of research, this technology is becoming an exciting alternative to the conventional piezoelectric transducer.
On Wednesday 6th December, Hitachi has invited delegates to this year’s BMUS ASM to join them at for a celebration of the new AREITTA 850 with prosecco, canapes and entertainment during the Welcome Reception at Cheltenham Race Course. Cultivating the musical theme of the Arietta Ultrasound series, Hitachi will be introducing BMUS delegates to Voicello, a beautiful cello and vocal duo from Spain. Creating the perfect backdrop for the Arietta 850, Gabriel Fiol, composer and celloist together with soprano Carme Gari, will deliver a haunting and emotional performance of classical music.
Exclusive tours of the new model and expert analysis of the system and technologies will also be available at a series of VIP events across the two days.
Further information on the ARIETTA 850 is available at: http://www.hitachi-medical-systems.co.uk/