Is the post Beta version of the DICOS 2A toolkit available?

by Stratovan Support DH, 2019/03/13
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Yes!

The TSA and Stratovan Corporation are pleased to announce the availability of the final version of the DICOS Toolkit now supporting Version 02A of the DICOS standard. As captured in the previous announcment, some notable updates to the toolkit include the support of:

.       Multi-view and multi-energy image encoding
.       Voxel and Pixel value representation (16-, 32-, 64-bit, and float)
.       Pixel Spacing for X-ray image display
.       Enhanced and redefined selected tag attributes
.       Different Time-out mode
.       Different Bar code type
.       Raw and bag path

Updates made to the toolkit after the recent Beta release include:

Library Updates
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- Add custom memory managing option for loading and networking. Allows users
to manage the library's internal memory allocation/deallocation for pixel
data.

- Add pixel data ownership moving functions in User-Level, Module-Level, and
Tag-Level API.

- Add several internal optimizations. Primarily reading/writing data from a file
and processing data for network transmission for client and server.

- Misc bug fixes

New Examples
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- Examples of how to use custom memory managing in \Examples\CustomMemoryManager

- Example on how to expand a User-Level API class to process private tags in
\Examples\UserLevelAPI\QR\QR_Custom

Updated Examples
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- Update NetworkingExamples\ClientExamples
Example_4_Send_Data_Single_DICOS_Session
and
Example_5_Send_Data_Multiple_DICOS_Sessions
to show how to disable data compression when transmitting data

- Update all NetworkingExamples\HostExamples to show how to configure the
server to tell clients to prioritize sending compressed or uncompressed data
or to only send uncompressed data

- Update VolumeDataExample\Example_4_Volume to delete Array2D objects after
transferring ownership to the volume, otherwise a memory leak would occur


NOTE: Only TSA vetted active users (currently active accounts) will be allowed to download the updated toolkit. Also, a yearly access renewal is now required for future updated versions of the toolkit.