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iCAD Wins Product of the Year
 
Published Monday, October 16, 2017

Pictured, from left, are: Lisa Bruinooge of King of Cross Insurance, Toral Cowieson of the Internet Society and NH High Tech Council Council board chair, Diane Clifford of iCAD, Inc., and Council Executive Director Matt Cookson.

iCAD Inc. in Nashua took top honors at the NH High Tech Council’s 12th Annual Product of the Year Awards on Oct. 12. The event, held at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford, featured five NH companies that competed for first place. Each company made a seven-minute pitch about the product they developed within the last year. iCAD took first place with its PowerLook Tomo Detection technology, which delivers clinicians a range of tools for cancer detection and analysis that enhance workflow and improve overall efficiency. PowerLook Tomo Detection was granted FDA approval in March 2017, and is the only FDA approved tomosynthesis CAD detection software on the market.
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“2017’s Product of the Year competition gave insight into what New Hampshire innovation is all about. The five finalists presented a wide range of innovative and creative products that span a variety of different industries and serve a large audience,” says Lisa King, chair of the Product of the Year Committee and member of the NH High Tech Council Board of Directors. “Congratulations to the team at iCAD for their hard work. PowerLook Tomo Detection is certainly worthy of this honor. Congratulations to all the finalists for their ingenuity and brilliance.”
 
iCAD Inc., founded in 2004, idevelops breast cancer detection technology and services that enable radiologists to find cancers earlier while improving reading efficiency. "I want to congratulate all the finalists here tonight because they all are creating innovations that will change markets and our world," said Diane Clifford, director of marketing for iCAD, upon receiving the award. "We look forward to contributing to the future of breast cancer detection."
 
As first place winner, iCAD received theNH High Tech Council Product of the Year hand-cut crystal trophy, designed by Pepi Herrmann Crystal of Gilford. The trophy is engraved with all names of winners from the past 11 years.
 
2017 Product of the Year finalists included: the Lightweight Carbon Fiber Assault Ladder LAL-18 from Pilot Innovations, the PowerLook Tomo Detection from iCAD, Inc., MOTION SURFACE from Crane Currency, the WAGZ Smart Dog Collar from Wagz Inc. and the DevKit from Vybe Software, LLC.

 

 


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