Imaging

We arrived at the NEC as planned just after 11:00 am. And it seems that the entire UK caravan and motorhome community chose the self-same time to visit their trade show.  A queue to get onto the site, queues for the carparks, queues for the transfer bus. Not a good...

I recently posted a rant on LinkedIn about a story I saw on the BBC News Site. At the time of writing, my post has been viewed 692 times. The reason for my irritation? The story purports to be about technology, but in fact, it's about a political idiot issuing...

How should dental practices weigh up cost and performance when investing in new technology?...

We admit it - we've said it many times. No one route to an audience is seen by everyone you'd like, so the more (properly chosen and co-ordinated) routes you have the more people will read your message....

3D Modelling is now an established medical technology Back in the late 1990's I was working as an PR consultant for Insight Marketing & Communications Limited, which at the time was one of the UK's leading technology PR agencies. My favourite client was a company SDRC Inc. This was a high-end...

This week I took the time out to visit the NEC for IPEX 2017. Billed as 'The UK's premier international print show', there were several reasons I wanted to go....

I'm no designer or engineer, but I absolutely love Computer Aided Design (CAD) software and all its derivatives and associated applications....

This year, IPEX 2017 is back to its established and popular home at the NEC in Birmingham. It runs from 31st October to 3rd November....

Modern dental imaging technology is amazing. We now have digital x-rays that throw an image to the dentist's computer screen in seconds. 'OPG' machines can create a panoramic radiograph (a 2d image of the patient’s whole dentition). We even have digital scanners that can create a 3-D map of the...