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InPlan

Path planning software

Enables more accuracy, safety and precision. 

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Simplified 
easy-to-use
planning software

The user can apply contrast, brightness,
and zoom changes using multi-finger
operations or mouse clicks within the
anatomical planes.

Entry point 
Target point

With just a few clicks, the user can set
an entry point and the corresponding
target point in different anatomical planes.

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Entry Point 

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Target Point 

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Align planes
to path

After an entry and a target point have been
selected, an automatic alignment can be
activated. This aligns the selected anatomical
plane to the path. This way, the user is capable
of seeing possible risk structures and anatomical
landmarks.

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Auto Alignment

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Parallel
Orthogonal

Use a single click to switch between orthogonal and parallel viewing mode.
The parallel mode offers the possibility to
observe adjacent anatomical planes next
to your path. 

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Parallel Mode

multiple

Our Software is applicable on PC, Tablet and Smartphone. The supported operating systems will be IOS, Android and Windows.

APPLICABLE

DEVICES

ON

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Volume
reconstruction

in a 3D model

InPlan is able to display the volume reconstruction in a 3D model for visualization and localization purposes.
The offered visualization is simplified and easy to interpret.

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3D View 

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Add multiple 
paths 

InPlan allows the user to create multiple paths. 

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Add Path

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COLLABORATIVE

WORK

Work in real time on one planning with your
colleagues from different locations.

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And many
more features

InPlan has even more features like the
simplified In plane and Out of plane entry
and target point, hovering effects for better
visualization, snap function to return to the
entry or target point.