Increase efficiency with a more intuitive toolbox
Elevate project organization
In the updated Project Management tab, you can organize objects, masks, and parts quickly and easily with new drag and drop, grouping, filtering, and search options
Simplify object cutting
Cut objects quickly and easily with the tool’s new intersection preview and simplified UI
Access enhanced editing options
Gain more control and precision with the redesigned Trim and Boolean tools
Merge parts faster
Click just once to merge parts using the redesigned, UI-less merge tool
Work with partially visible parts easily
Use interactive tools such as Trim, Push & Pull, and Local Smoothing while section views or invisible triangles are present
The updates of the Software include:
- Increased level of precision described as that to Akeen to a surgeon’s scalpel. This is easier and more accurate when working with medical imaging data.
- Fast generation of Surgical Guides including, drilling holes, flanges, cut slots, and guide bridges and the ability to connect files to hospitals PACS. This will make surgical planning faster and more accurate with health professionals being able to dedicate more time to patients and other preparations.
- The toolbox in MIS 26 allows you to import medical image data (DICOM) and automatically create an accurate segment anatomy 3D model. These models are your starting point for advanced 3D analysis, personalized device design, Finite element meshing, and 3D printing. The easy transfer of data across platforms gives flexibility to the analysis that can be performed and insights that can be attained for research.
- Display and navigation have improved more user-friendly and intuitive experience. Less time spent navigating and function view projects in augmented reality gives a conception of the model so users can more easily spot errors in their design and visual estimation.
These resources that are most relevant to the centre have the facilitation of anonymization, segmentation, and computational modelling of bones and muscles giving expertise centre members the skills needed to excel in the robotic healthcare industry and meet key goals of training technology systems to assist in accurate personalised patient care.
As part of our partnership, the centre is delighted to continue to collaborate with Materialise to offer further Mimics 26 training to their university partners in 2024 as a key resource for our development of surgical planning software and approaches to enhance personalised patient care.
Segment your anatomy effectively
Analyze anatomy accurately
Plan your procedure virtually
Automate your workflow
Materialise Mimics Innovation Suite
Industry-standard software for segmentation and anatomical analysis, planning, and design
Mimics Innovation Suite makes using 3D medical image data easy and rewarding for engineers and researchers who believe in improving care through technology that starts with anatomical geometry. Its advanced tools allow you to create and scale up your innovations for orthopaedic, cranio-maxillofacial, cardiovascular, and other clinical applications.
Benefits of Mimics Innovation Suite
Experience greater efficiency
Get the job done reliably and easily — no matter the complexity — thanks to user-friendly software, online and in-person training courses, and the help of your Materialise application specialist.
Certify or publish with confidence
Comply with medical regulations and scientific standards thanks to the most extensively certified software of its kind, used in more than 20,000 publications.
Fluently scale to clinical operations
Optimize your customer experience with a cost-effective, high-volume clinical operation enabled by workflow automation, case management, and physician communication tools.
What does Mimics Innovation Suite do?
Mimics Innovation Suite’s toolbox allows you to import medical image data (DICOM) and segment the anatomy to create accurate 3D models. These models are the perfect starting point for advanced 3D analysis, planning, personalized device design, finite element meshing, and 3D printing.