MILabs was founded in 2006 by TU Delft Professor Frederik Beekman, who – as a researcher in molecular imaging – designed a whole new line of molecular imaging systems with unsurpassed resolution. MILabs’ U-SPECT and VECTor technologies have received international awards from the scientific community.
MILabs’ first commercial successes with U-SPECT-II and U-SPECT-II/CT were followed by expansion of their imaging technology products and the company’s customer base. MILabs products are now used in more than 65 countries.
|Participation since||April 2006|
|Linked faculty||Faculty of Applied Sciences|
|Company history and milestones|
|2006||MILabs was founded as a spin-off from the University Medical Centre Utrecht.|
|2011||MILabs introduced VECTor, a fully integrated simultaneous PET and SPECT imaging technology that provides uniform ultra-high resolution.|
|2015||MILabs received the 2015 Innovation of the Year award from the World Molecular Imaging Society.|
|2015||MILabs launched U-CT, a preclinical in vivo CT scanner.|
|October 2016||MILabs successfully completes a capital increase for launching revolutionary SPECT to the clinical imaging market
|September 2018||MILabs’ VECTor6 with groundbreaking PET performance awarded Innovation of the Year at the WMIC 2018|