Leveraging OSGi and SWT in Diagnostic Medical Imaging

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Session Type: 
Standard [35 minutes]

My team is responsible for the design, development, deployment, and maintenance of an FDA regulated 510k approved medical imaging application that is written on top of the Eclipse platform. We have taken many standard workbench concepts and extended them beyond that base layer to support multimonitor environments, saving/restoration of application state included the images being viewed, the transformations to images, and additional reporting that the user may have performed within the application across the network and across facilities. We have heavily leveraged SWT to provide a modern look and feel to our application to suit the needs of our users within the radiology space. Beyond that, we have an application delivery system comprised of server side OSGi components that allow us to run our desktop app on a server and access it through a browser with no client software installation required, or any minimum browser requirements. We would like to present some of the layers we've introduced in the UI as well as a general overview of how modular OSGi has made us successful.

View the presentation here: http://jdnarvaez.github.com/eclipsecon-2013/

Schedule info

Time slot: 
27 March 13:30 - 14:05


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Works for me.

Works for me.

Moved to EclipseRT track

This seems like a really interested in case study for a lot of the EclipseRT technology so I am moving it to the EclipseRT track. If you disagree, please let me know.

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