News

2017

June

At the international trade fair Laser World of Photonics in Munich / Germany MRC presents its solutions for laser beam stabilization. Visit our booth B2/413 between June 26-29.

March

MRC presents the laser beam stabilization systems at the DPG spring meeting in Mainz / Germany (March 6-10, 2017).

2016

June

MRC completed the development of its hand-held stimulation laser and delivers the first system.

May

At the LASYS in Stuttgart, Germany (May, 31.-June, 02) you can visit our booth and learn more about our laser beam stabilization systems.

May

Visit our Partner Hikari at the LaserExpo OPIE'16 in Yokohama, Japan and see our laser beam stabilization solutions.

May

At the international congress ISMRM in Singapore (May, 07.-13.) we present our MRI compatible camera systems.

February

MRC presents the laser beam stabilization systems at the DPG spring meeting in Hannover / Germany.


2015

November

Further Piezo actuated mirrors are available for the "Compact" laser beam stabilization system. These reach highest bandwidths even with larger mirrors.

October

With the "wide intensity detector" MRC adds a new device to the product portfolio of the laser beam stabilization systems. This new detector is ideal for lasers with changing intensities.

July

MRC expands its product range of the camera mirror mounts with further models for MR head coils of Siemens, Invivo/Philips and GE. With these mounts it is possible to perform face monitoring as well as eye-tracking behind a mirror.

June

MRC presents the various products for laser beam stabilization at the "Laser World of Photonics" in Munich / Germany.

June

MRC shows its MRI compatible video cameras at the OHBM congress in Honolulu / USA.

May

MRC presents the MRI compatible video cameras to the scientific audience at the international medical conference ISMRM in Toronto / Canada.

April

Start of the cooperation project "SecuSpine" in MRC's laser technology department.

March

MRC places a worldwide innovation in the market - the new HiSpeed- and HighResolution cameras. These cameras can be used e.g, during fMRI applications inside the bore of the MRI magnet. The cameras open new fields in research.

February

Start of the "MRCam Speed" project in the department for MRI compatible video cameras.

January

MRC celebrates its 20th company anniversary.


2014

December

MRC develops an auto-range detector for the "Compact" system. This detector guarantees a reliable beam stabilization even with changing laser intensities.

June

MRC exhibits its comprehensive solutions for the laser beam stabilization at the international trade fair "LASYS" in Stuttgart / Germany.

April

Start of the collaborative R&D project "Gliotax" in the stereotaxis department.

January

MRC releases a new version of the electronic trigger for Pinprick stimulation in the field of pain diagnosis.


Further milestones

2015

MRC introduces an MRI-compatible LED light source which is optimized for eye-tracking applications with the HiSpeed and 12M cameras.

2015

10 years ago the first edition of the warning device "Cardioman" was released.

2014

Start of the collaborative R&D project "3D-Endotomo". MRC develops a highly sensitive optical measurement and registration procedure which enables the correction of tomographic data during the surgery.

2013

Expansion of the office and production space in Heidelberg/Germany.

2012

The new sample&hold (ADDA) module is added to MRC's product range for the beam stabilization. This efficient device is used e.g. for laser micro-machining.

2011

MRC develops fully MRI compatible Pinprick stimulators.

2010

MRC releases the new "Compact" beam stabilization system.

2009

MRC offers the Pinprick stimulators as a new device for the standarized quantitative sensoric testing (QST) of neuropathic pain.

2008

The hand-held surgery robot "ITD - Intelligent Tool Drive" wins the Walter-Reis-Award at the AUTOMATICA (press release, German).

2007

First installation of an MRI compatible video cameras in an 9T MRI scanner.

2006

MRC Systems signs a master agreement with the University of Heidelberg with regards to "Project development in medical technology".