aycan mobile 1.08.000 runs under iOS 8.4, iOS 9.1, iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.3.2
aycan mobile 1.06.002 runs under iOS 7.1, iOS 7.1.1, iOS 8.0 and iOS 8.1
aycan mobile 1.06.000 runs under iOS 7.0.3 and iOS 7.0.4
aycan mobile 1.04.002 runs under iOS 5.1.1 and iOS 6.0.1
aycan mobile 1.02.004 runs under iOS 6.0
aycan mobile 1.02.002 runs under iOS 5.1.1
aycan mobile 1.02.000 runs under iOS 5.1.1
aycan mobile 1.00.008 runs under iOS 4.3 and iOS 5.0
aycan mobile 1.00.006 runs under iOS 4.3 and iOS 5.0
aycan mobile 1.00.004 runs under iOS 4.3
*no support for retina resolution
In order to use aycan mobile, you need aycan mobile installed on your iPad, an aycan workstation with the aycan mobile plug-in, and a user account.
This is a notification your device will receive and display on the screen when a new message/case is available and ready to be downloaded. Apple’s Push Notification Service provides the notification. In order to receive push notifications, you must enable the service during installation of the aycan mobile application.
This list contains all the contacts (friends, partners) you approved. You are able to send data from the aycan workstation ayMobile plug-in to all the persons you have approved and listed in the application. In order to maintain your contact list, click "Manage Users", login and navigate to the "My relationships" section.
According to a country's medical device regulation the intended use definition of aycan mobile might differ from country to country. These countries are listed in the "Create new account" or "My account" section. aycan is continuing to gain approvals for aycan mobile to be used as a medical device. Current classifications include FDA and European CE Marking. We are currently working on extending this list.
The studies are anonymized on the workstation on demand.
Only the patient's name is anonymized by aycan mobile. Users can anonymize patient data manually.
The server never stores any patient data. The server only enables communication and the secure transfer of data between aycan workstation and the iPad.
TG18-AD: View low-contrast patterns in near total darkness and in normal ambient lighting determine the threshold of visibility in each case (30 cm / 11.8 in viewing distance). Threshold should not be different.
TG18-AFC: Every one of the four quadrants contains boxes with varying target points. In each quadrant, the contrast and size for the targets are constant. For primary displays, the targets should be visible in three quadrants, except the left upper corner.
TG18-CT: The half-moon targets and the four low-contrast objects at the corners of each of the 16 different luminance regions should be visible. Turn on VCF function if necessary.
TG18-QC: Used to check distinct visibility of the 16-luminance steps, continuity of the continuous luminance bars at the right and left of the pattern, absence of gross artifacts, and proper size and positioning of the active display area. For a resolution test, you can check the appearance of the 'Cx' patterns at the center and the four corners (must be within 0-4 of bigger Cx elements for primary displays). The Nyquist and half-Nyquist frequencies in horizontal and vertical direction in the four corners should be discernible and the same brightness.
TG18-UN10/UN80: Can be used to determine display chromaticity, defective pixels, screen cleanliness, and scratches.
TG18-UNL10/UNL80: For measuring the non-uniformity of the display brightness in the center and the four corners with a luminance meter.
TG18-LN12-01/LN12-18: Used to measure minimum and maximum density with a luminance meter.
More about TG18: ASSESSMENT OF DISPLAY PERFORMANCE FOR MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS and AAPM