Iconeus Edge - 4D fUS technology

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The Iconeus Edge program provides early adopters with privileged access to exclusive prototypes and personalized support

Rabut C, Correia M, Finel V, Pezet S, Pernot M, Deffieux T*, Tanter M*. 4D functional ultrasound imaging of whole-brain activity in rodents. Nature Methods 2019. doi:10.1038/s41592-019-0572-y

The path to 4D fUS imaging

Iconeus founders are the pioneers of 4D ultrafast ultrasound technologies, developing novel approaches that use row-column arrays, matrix arrays or multiplexors, as witnessed by high-impact proof-of-concept publications of 4D functional ultrasound in rodents.

However, matrix arrays remain an emerging technology with important limitations such as impossibility to image transcranially in mice. Iconeus is currently addressing these challenges (sensitivity, field of view, quality control) for its future commercial products and can guide and help you today to find the best approach for your successful experiments.


Read about challenges in matrix array imaging


Introducing the Iconeus Cube

Iconeus One, our easy-to-use scanner, already provides high-quality and high-sensitivity volumetric fUS imaging with motorized 3D fUS scans and full 3D automatic brain atlas registration.

Discover the 3D capabilities of Iconeus One

The Cube is a Special Edition prototype version of Iconeus One that adds support for matrix arrays and row column arrays for direct volumetric fUS imaging without the need of motors, at a rate of several volumes per second.

By participating in the Iconeus Edge program, customers will receive dedicated support, regular software and hardware updates and most importantly, they will still be able to use all the proven capabilities and modes of the Iconeus One Standard Edition for their day-to-day experiments. At the end of the program, customers will be upgraded for free to the final commercial version.

Join the Iconeus Edge Program

Sauvage et al, 4D Functional Imaging of the Rat Brain Using a Large Aperture Row-Column Array, IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 2020 Jun;39(6):1884-1893 10.1109/TMI.2019.2959833

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