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Advanced Image Enhancement and eRAD Enter into Licensing Agreement

Mammography image enhancement tools to be offered to eRAD customers throughout the U.S.

PROVIDENCE, RI/GREENVILLE, SC (August 2, 2013) -- Advanced Image Enhancement, Inc. (AIE) a provider of image enhancement tools for the medical imaging industry, announced today it has entered into an agreement with eRAD, Inc., a division of RadNet, Inc. (NASDAQ: RDNT), allowing eRAD to integrate the AIE image enhancement toolkit for mammography as an advanced image processing option to the eRAD PACS viewer (for mammography).

FDA clears AIE's image enhancement technology

AIE Press Release
Cutler and Company (Andy Cutler)

September 6, 2006

AIE today announced the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Company's premarket notification (510k) for its image enhancement software. Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women, besides skin cancer. Mammography is the best available method for early detection, although abnormalities can still be hard to detect in dense breasts. AIE CEO Michael Duarte stated "Our software enhances digital mammography images, making abnormalities easier to locate, even in dense breasts."

From sonar to mammograms: Firm adapts naval technology to help radiologists hunt for cancer

Boston Globe (Scott Kirsner)

August 9, 2009

Read this article on the Boston Globe website.

Clinical Study: Undersea mine detection technology useful in augmenting digital mammography images

AIE Press Release
Cutler and Company (Andy Cutler)

March 30, 2006

Advanced Image Enhancement (AIE), a provider of image-processing tools for medical imaging, has adapted a technology originally created for detecting undersea mines into one that can be used for breast cancer image enhancement. Yesterday radiologists at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Mass., released findings from a breast cancer research study designed to evaluate the use of AIE's software for examining suspicious Regions Of Interest (ROI) in conjunction with Hologic's Lorad Selenia digital mammography system.

Enhanced Breast Imaging From US Navy-Funded Technology Featured on CNN

Office of Naval Research (Peter Vietti)

July 23, 2009

A breakthrough technology adapted for breast cancer detection based in part on research originally sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is set to air July 23 during a CNN International news segment on Vital Signs, a program hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

Cherrystone Angel Group invests in AIE

AIE Press Release
Cutler and Company (Andy Cutler)

February 2005

AIE announced that the Cherrystone Angel Investor Group, based in Providence, Rhode Island will be investing in the Company. Cherrystone funds innovative early stage and established companies that address a significant market opportunity. Michael Duarte, AIE's CEO states, "this investment by Cherrystone will help support the Company's clinical studies, FDA filing and further development to help bring our first product to market."

AIE Featured on CNN Vital Signs

CNN Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta

July 23, 2009

Matching Grant Award to Advanced Image Enhancement

Aid for Cancer Research (ACR)

2005

The Aid for Cancer Research provided a matching grant award to Advanced Image Enhancement in 2005 to support AIE's clinical study hosted at Newton Wellesley Hospital. The study focused on evaluating the clinical benefits of AIE's image enhancement software when used with digital mammography.

AIE Featured on the Pentagon Channel

Pentagon Channel Cable TV and Website

June 18, 2009

The Pentagon Channel will air a feature segment about Advanced Image Enhancement (AIE) starting on June 18, 2009. The story will cover the beginnings of the research by Michael J. Duarte, CEO of AIE as conducted by Mr. Duarte as an engineer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center thru its transition from undersea mine detection to mammography image enhancement and introduction to the healthcare marketplace by AIE.

Naval Undersea Warfare Center Employees Win National Technology Transfer Award

March 13, 2002

The efforts of a NUWC engineer and patent attorney to transfer Navy technology to the commercial sector have been identified by the government's Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) for Technology Transfer as deserving of the 2002 FLC Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer.

Advanced Image Enhancement founder wins National IEEE award

AIE Press Release
Cutler and Company (Andy Cutler)

February 12, 2008

Advanced Image Enhancement (AIE), a provider of optimized image enhancement solutions for digital radiology, today announced that its founder and CEO, Michael Duarte, was named the winner of the prestigious Electrotechnology Transfer Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the professional association for the advancement of technology.

Slater Center for Interactive Technologies teams with NUWC to apply military imaging technology to mammography for early detection of breast cancer

Slater Technology Fund Press Release

May 29, 2001

(Providence, RI) With seed funding and business development support from the Slater Center for Interactive Technologies, a computer engineer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) is developing the next generation of digital mammography software using sonar techniques originally developed by the military to detect underwater mines. The collaboration marks the first time that NUWC technology has been commercialized in Rhode Island.

Advanced Image Enhancement (AIE) Announces Licensing Agreement with Hologic

AIE Press Release
Cutler and Company (Andy Cutler)

July 17, 2007

(Providence, RI) - Advanced Image Enhancement, Inc. (AIE), a provider of optimized image enhancement solutions for digital radiology, announced today that the firm has entered into a licensing agreement with Hologic (NASDAQ: HOLX), a leading manufacturer of premium diagnostic and medical imaging systems for women's healthcare. Under the agreement, AIE will provide its image enhancement software for Hologic's SecurView diagnostic mammography workstations.