Barco's medical displays score a touchdown at NFL Scouting Combine

Every year, several hundred of the nation's top Draft-eligible college football players undergo an intensive evaluation at the annual National Football League (NFL) Scouting Combine, also known as the National Invitational Camp, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The purpose: to assess players' potential for playing professional football for one of 32 NFL teams in the U.S. This year, Barco provided several dozen of its industry-leading medical imaging displays for use by radiologists and team medical staffs to evaluate athletes' health.

Because medical examinations are the Combine's number one priority top-notch imaging equipment is a must. Barco provided several Coronis Fusion 6MP DL wide-screen color display systems, Coronis 2MP color displays, and MDRC-2120 clinical review displays MRI, CT, ultrasounds, nuclear imaging studies and cardiac evaluations to help assess players' physical condition. Test results are aggregated into detailed reports that create a multi-faceted portrait of the athlete's health status and capabilities, which team owners, executives and coaches then use to rank players in their final preparation for the NFL Draft.

About this project

Date 24 February 2011
Location Indianapolis, United States

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