Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
DelftDI's products are able to exchange data among each other and with equipment from other manufacturers using the communication protocols defined by the ACR/NEMA DICOM standard.
The DICOM standard includes a broad selection of services and a variety of options. Any implementation will logically select a subset of functions and optional elements. For interoperability it is essential that these choices be made consistently. The standard provides a mandatory mechanism whereby implementors can define precisely the subset of DICOM features and functions that comprise a particular implementation.
The DICOM standard specifies that all implementations must be accompanied by a properly structured Conformance Statement. A conformance Statement is a formal compilation of the exact set of DICOM functions, services, and options that are include in a particular implementation.
The Conformance Statement must indicate how the implementation meets the conformance requirements specified in all other parts of the DICOM standard. Conformance to a standard means compliance to the requirements of the standard. Conformance does not mean validation; conformance does not imply a mandate for a particular implementation.
The purpose of a Conformance Statement is to allow the user to determine which optional components of the DICOM standard are supported by a particular implementation and what extensions or specializations an implementation adds. By comparing the Conformance Statements from two implementations, a knowledgeable user should be able to determine whether or not interoperability is possible.
Rogan View Pro-X 4.0 DICOM Conformance Statement 369.4 KB11/01/2013
Rogan_View_Pro-X_3.2_DICOM_Conformance_Statement 299.96 KB11/01/2013
Rogan_View_Pro-X_3.0_DICOM_Conformance_Statement 458.06 KB11/01/2013
Rogan OnLine XS Archiver DICOM Conformance Statement 764.48 KB11/01/2013
Rogan DICOM Modality Worklist Server DICOM Conformance Statement 1.01 MB11/01/2013