The Discovery IGS 730 is neither floor- nor ceiling-mounted and has the mobility of a C-arm which is mounted on a motorized and fully mobile system – Advanced Guided Vehicle (AGV).

Based on laser guidance, the AGV can move freely from imaging position to parking or back-out positions, using predefined trajectories to provide total patient access.

The laser-guided, motorized mobile gantry creates an interventional environment without boundaries.

The gantry also comes with a new wide bore design, which allows for steep angles, ease in 3D acquisition, especially for large patients.

GE Healthcare Interventional Radiology general manager Chantal Le Chat said with Discovery IGS 730, doctors will be able to rediscover space and movement while accessing all the advanced imaging capabilities of GE premium interventional systems.