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Orion features and functionality continue to evolve and expand

2017: Introduced a deep-learning based approach to B-scan abnormality detection at 2017’s ARVO

2018: Released a comprehensive suite of change analysis tools, which features fully automated alignment, a project that was fully supported by the NIH in the form of an SBIR grant.

2019: Enhanced support for angiography quantification at 2019’s ARVO meeting as well as deep learning-based segmentation of the choroid (see this link for details).

2020: Expanded the number of significant workflow advantages that are a boon to clinical research.  (Indeed, no other software offering comes close to matching the quality or breadth of the features delivered in Orion.)

2021: Added more deep learning-based methods, including fluid segmentation and quantification

2022: Released iNebula, the cloud-based clinical trial management platform that further accelerates research for better patient outcomes

2023: Full interoperability across all platforms and equipment between Orion and iNebula.  Enhanced 2d analysis for FAF, CFP and FA images.

2024: Integration of existing deep learning-based fluid and geographic atrophy segmentation algorithms (see ophthlinks page).