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9 06, 2020

AI out performs human doctors in predicting AMD progression

Recent research presented in Nature Medicine by researchers of DeepMind and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London showed that AI is now able to predict the progression of serious AMD better than Human experts. Early detection, for example with the EasyScan retinal scanner, remains the only way to keep vision optimal, since any vision lost due to AMD can not be recovered by the current treatments,

2 06, 2020

Cataract Awareness Month: did you know EasyScan has unique capabilities to image through cataract?

The EasyScan's unique optical design allows clear imaging even through significant cataracts. This makes the device ideal for pre-operative screening for the retinal health of cataract patients.

19 05, 2020

EasyScan Protection Screen – Work safe and Easy!

To Support our customers in the safe reopening of their #Optician practices and support them to work with the EasyScan Retinal Scanner we have developed a special breath screen. This clear plastic screen can be placed behind the EasyScan. We have taken special care about the ease of use and customer experience. The screen is place as far as possible from the customer to minimize their discomfort. In these challenging times an excellent, efficient and safe eye exam can be a clear discriminating factor for the independent optician. As EasyScan we are happy to support our customers to grow their business even in these difficult times!

5 11, 2019

Automation in optical retail: the importance of customer experience

The papers and internet these days are full of stories about jobs that will disappear or radical change due to automatization, Artificial intelligence, robotization and the internet. From truck driver to cashier and from financial professionals to kitchen chefs, jobs are quickly changing. What will happen to the Optician?

30 09, 2019

The usefulness of OCT in optical retail settings

An interesting debate is taking place in Australia regarding the usefulness and effectiveness of standard OCT screening as part of the comprehensive eye exam in an optical retail settings. Various experts provide their point of view and share their experience. The part that seems to be missing is who is going to pay for it and how does an optical retail shop cover the costs of these extra services?