Designed with our users in mind

Small and lightweight, Aplio is easy to maneuver. With over 36 cm panel height adjustment, lateral slide and a fully articulating monitor arm, Aplio helps you to optimally adjust the console to virtually any scanning position.

Aplio makes your work flow

Aplio provides a host of intelligent workflow support and automation tools, helping you to achieve rapid results with consistent high quality regardless of the patient condition.

Switch to auto-pilot

Aplio’s context-sensitive user interface is designed to make your imaging task simpler and quicker. While automated settings can deal with routine clinical needs, you always retain control over all imaging parameters when needed.

The mode-sensitive on-Screen navigation for the central trackball boosts your workflow and efficiency. By visually guiding you through the exam, it allows you to adapt and operate the system within a few minutes.

Managing your study data

From imaging to quantification, from reporting to archiving, Aplio provides a full spectrum solution that helps you manage routine and advanced clinical studies more efficiently. Aplio is designed to embrace open network standards to facilitate easy integration in the widest variety of network environments.
Our external workstation solution gives you full access to your clinical data and diagnostic tool set wherever and whenever needed. With embedded raw data functionality and a host of clinical tools you can review, analyze, report and archive your data quickly and easily.

Integrated patients and image management system

Aplio’s fully integrated patient and image management system allows you to review and manage your studies conveniently onboard before sending them to PACS for reporting or archiving, including image and raw data as well as structured reports.

Go wireless to gain better access

Aplio allows you to remotely operate the system from a wireless tablet. This is especially helpful during complex procedures where it can be difficult to scan a patient and reach the panel at the same time, without losing sight of the monitor.