MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 24, 2019: Flywheel.io, a leading biomedical imaging research platform provider and an essential building block for imaging artificial intelligence (AI) has been acknowledged as a finalist for the Minnesota High Tech Association 2019 Tekne Awards in the Cloud Computing category. For the past two decades, the Tekne Awards have recognized organizations that are leading-edge innovators in science and technology in Minnesota.
Flywheel has been named a finalist in the Tekne 2019 Cloud Computing award category for its Biomedical Imaging Research Platform. The Flywheel platform is a comprehensive scientific workflow for imaging data management, including data capture, curation, computation, and collaboration, all integrated to accelerate imaging research within clinical processes, collaborative multi-site studies, and scalable imaging AI initiatives.
Flywheel is designed to speed and improve imaging research and scientific discovery; from standardizing and structuring massive volumes of historical imaging data in life sciences for AI and Machine Learning, to reducing time and costs for clinical imaging device scanning (magnetic resonance (MR), positron emission tomography (PET), etc…) and study processes, to testing the functionality of research design, all while ensuring research projects adhere to scientific reproducibility, regulatory compliance, security, and collaboration mandates needed for National Institute of Health (NIH) funding requirements.
Flywheel’s ease-of-use and scalability make Flywheel.io one of the bioinformatic industry’s most respected imaging research workflow platforms with global customers including Fortune 500 life science organizations, AI specialists, and dozens of top-tier NIH-funded imaging research centers at universities like Stanford and Columbia.
“We are honored to be named as a finalist for the Cloud Computing Tekne 2019 Awards. Flywheel is privileged to help principal investigators, data scientists, and imaging center directors build imaging research processes for the future…so they can do more science and less IT in their pursuit of healthcare discoveries,” said Flywheel CEO, Travis Richarson.
“This year’s Tekne Award finalists demonstrate thought leadership and are spearheading technology innovation in Minnesota and around the world,” said Jeff Tollefson, President and CEO of the Minnesota High Tech Association. “We look forward to further recognizing these organizations at the 2019 Tekne Awards as well as highlighting the impressive science and technology community here in Minnesota.”
A full list of Tekne finalists and November 20 gala details are available online at tekneawards.org. The event emcee is Paul Douglas.
To learn more about the Flywheel – Biomedical Imaging Research Platform, go to https://flywheel.io
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About Flywheel – Biomedical Imaging Research Platform
The Flywheel – Biomedical Imaging Research Platform is the leading provider of scalable and collaborative imaging research processes in an easy-to-use and scientifically sound platform. Flywheel users are creating the building blocks of AI and machine learning based Precision Medicine in a demanding scientific and regulatory environment with high security, privacy, compliance, reproducibility, scalability, and performance requirements. Founded in 2012, Flywheel customers are using millions of imaging research data in Flywheel platform to transform the future of healthcare and medicine.
About the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA)
The Minnesota High Tech Association is an innovation and technology association united in fueling Minnesota’s prosperity. We bring together the people of Minnesota’s science and technology ecosystem and lead the way in bringing science and technology issues to leaders at Minnesota’s Capitol and Washington, D.C. MHTA is the only membership organization that represents Minnesota’s entire technology-based economy. Our members include organizations of every size − involved in virtually every aspect of technology creation, production, application and education in Minnesota.
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