The event will take place from 14 to 17 October.

Newly released upgrade to Aixplorer, the UltraFast ultrasound system includes TriVu real-time simultaneous mode with B-mode, ShearWave elastography and color flow imaging features.

The new system enables physicians to use the Angio PL.U.S (planewave ultrasensitive imaging) for abdominal, vascular and gynecologic applications, in addition to the breast, thyroid and musculoskeletal applications.

The company will also showcase its Fusion, Navigation & Needle Guidance technology, which will allow users to fuse real-time ultrasound images with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET) and 3D ultrasound.

It can also be fused with other exclusive Aixplorer modes such as SWE, Angio PL.U.S. or TriVu.

According to the company, the Angio PL.U.S Doppler has advanced color sensitivity and spatial resolution as well as 2D imaging.

The new research package enables physicians to carry out perform pre-clinical or clinical research with exclusive modes such as SWE.

SuperSonic Imagine founder and chief innovation officer Jacques Souquet said: "We are pleased to present for the first time Aixplorer's new capabilities to practitioners, especially during breast cancer awareness month.

“Key features we will be demonstrating include the new TriVu real-time simultaneous mode with B-mode, ShearWave Elastography (SWE) and color flow imaging, an exclusive feature that offers simultaneous real-time visualization of anatomy, flow and tissue stiffness.”