for so many people, cancer is detected too late.
we are changing that.
Landing Med has developed the world's first
fully automated pre-cancer detection system.
Join us in bringing cervical cancer screening
to communities around the world.
LANDING CLOUD SYSTEM
Automated cloud-based platform for remote cancer screening and diagnosis
The Landing Cyto System performs fully automated scanning and analysis.
Analysis is performed by an automated intelligence system that has been trained on a database of millions of samples. It classifies each cell, measures the amount of DNA in its nucleus, and determines whether the cell is normal or atypical.
Because diagnoses are based on dual Feulgen DNA and EA50 staining on the same slide which allows visualization and measurements of both qualitative and quantitative features, the Landing Cyto System offers an unparalleled level of standardization and quality control.
Around the world, there are too few pathologists per patient
With a cloud system, more patients can be screened
The cloud aids pathologists with the diagnosis
Most of the work can be automated, which reduces pathologists’ workload, increases throughput, and saves time.
Analysis by the cloud improves the accuracy of the results, especially for pathologists with less experience.
How the Landing Cloud System works
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Beijing, China, April 27, 2018. Landing Med was invited to participate in the Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control Seminar in Beijing. The China Women's News site reported on it, and the article was translated by Women of China here: Cervical Cancer Prevention and...
Hubei province initiates free cervical cancer screening program targeting 370,000 low-income women using Landing Med’s artificial intelligence platform
Wuhan, China, December 26, 2017. The Women's Federation of Hubei Province, the Provincial Health Planning Commission, and the Provincial Department of Finance met to discuss cervical cancer screening for low-income women in Hubei Province. The meeting was presided...
Landing Med holds Artificial Intelligence in Cervical Cancer Screening Innovation Forum in Toledo, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio, October 21, 2017. Landing Med held the "Artificial Intelligence in Cervical Cancer Screening Innovation Forum" in Toledo this past weekend. The forum's focus was on the world's leading innovative technology for cervical cancer screening developed by...