When I wrote the article on “Enhanced character set support in DCMTK“, I mentioned in the last sentence that this was only a first step. Now, after a year and a half, it’s time to describe what has been done since then. Continue reading
Sometimes, we are asked whether support for a new DICOM service, IOD or some other feature can be added to the DCMTK and how an item on our to-do list gets higher priority.
Here is a list of answers to the question “How are new features added to the DCMTK?”: Continue reading
Following our plan to always keep the DCMTK up-to-date, at least with regards to the Data Dictionary, the list of SOP Classes and Transfer Syntaxes as well as the Directory Record Types, I recently also added support for the latest DICOM Structured Reporting (SR) Information Object Definitions (IOD) to the dcmsr module. Continue reading
The next DICOM training course in English language takes place from 10 to 12 September 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany. As usual, the two-day DICOM Intensive Course is followed by the one-day DCMTK Course.
For further questions on the offered training courses as well as for registration purposes, please contact one of the following persons at OFFIS.
By the end of November, I left the ICSMED company to start my new job as a self-employed person (freelancer). In fact, my new job is the same as my previous one — at least with regards to contents, i.e. I offer training, consulting and software development services in the field of DICOM and IHE. Continue reading