Outstanding imaging applications for every day performance

EasyTech technology takes away the variability and helps you improve workflow with automatic slice alignment for cardiac, knee, neuro and spine exams, standardizing your workflow with automatic positioning.

SUREVOI Cardiac and CardioLine+

SUREVOI Cardiac automatically detects the location of the patient’s heart and moves it to the center of the magnet where the homogeneity is the highest. CardioLine+ can then automatically detect 14 different standard views of the heart for quick workflow.



SUREVOI Knee and KneeLine+

SUREVOI Knee supports the accurate alignment of the knee to the iso-center which reduces artifact related re-scans. KneeLine+ improves reproducibility and image quality.




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"After 2 or 3 days of adaptation, the team has utmost confidence in the AI automatic positioning techniques, which allow them to concentrate on other, more rewarding tasks, such as post-processing tasks. Exam time is optimized and no time is wasted. Today, 85% of knee exams are performed using this technique.“

- Frédéric MARTIN, Referring MRI technician, GIE VAR OUEST, OllioulesÏ


Achieve outstanding scan consistency for all your brain exams with NeuroLine+. The function’s intelligent alignment algorithm allows you to automatically set up according to AC-PC or OM line.
"Using this technique allows us to carry out a real follow-up on patients with multiple sclerosis and brain tumors. The reproducibility of the scan planes allows us to compare both the number of macrophages and their size. Measurements can also be replicated in the case of brain tumor treatment, and we can judge the effectiveness of the treatment. Today, 97% of exams for MS and tumors are carried out using this technique.“

-Marie Dominique BOESPFLUG, Radiologist and Doctor, GIE VAR OUEST, OllioulesÏ


With its auto-locator functionality, SpineLine+ allows you to plan spine studies quickly and easily. Sagittal and coronal locators allow you to set double-oblique slices, enhancing the reproducibility of follow-up exams.