More software than is listed below has been developed by Insigneo researchers; this will added in due course.
Builder Mark II - Organ (Builder2MO) is a pre-processor for musculo-skeletal subject-specific models. This freeware allow you to import imaging, gait analysis, EMG, segmentation, and finite element data, and fuse them toward the creation of organ scale subject-specific models of bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and cartilages.
The CT2S (Computed Tomography to Strength) web service provides an estimate of the strength of human bone, using non-invasive medical imaging. A user uploads a computed tomography (CT) scan of the anatomy, and receives back a set of values that characterise the strength of the bone under a series of common loading conditions. This service was developed as part of the MultiSim project.
The XCT2FE (X-ray Computed Tomography to Finite Element) web service generates a finite element model from X-ray CT scans and then calculates various properties including: global stiffness and several measures of failure load. This process does not require any inputs from the user other than the scans. This service was developed as part of the MultiSim project.
The University has a number of licenses for Abaqus but Insigneo have purchased 20 additional licenses, the use of which restricted to a specific group of users. These additional licenses are available from the same license server as the University-purchased licenses.
If you would like to be added to the list of users who can use the additional licenses then please contact the Insigneo tech team.
A Windows-only application for bone and/or muscle segmentation.
CiCS currently manage the following:
- 2x Mimics Research licenses
- 20x Mimics Student licenses