Conquest is a full featured DICOM server has been developed based on and heavily extending the public domain

The Conquest DICOM server offering storage, verification, query and retrieve with programmable SQL database tables. This user-programmable feature allows the MicroPACS to be custom tailored to a particular Clinical/Research area.

The server supports a wide range of databases with ODBC (Windows) or without (Windows/Linux), including DbaseIII, MySQL, Postgres and SqLite.

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The Conquest DICOM software was written by Marcel van Herk and Lambert Zijp at the Netherlands Cancer Institute.We have decided to provide our extended DICOM software also to the public domain. Conquest is a full featured DICOM server has been developed based on and heavily extending the public domain UCDMC DICOM code developed by Mark Oskin when he was at the Medical Center of the University of California at Davis.

Conquest DICOM server

Conquest DICOM server

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Some possible applications of the Conquest DICOM software are:

  • DICOM training and testing
  • Demonstration and research image archives
  • Image format conversion from a scanner with DICOM network access
  • DICOM image viewing and slide making
  • DICOM image selection, (limited) editing, and splitting and merging of series
  • Advanced scriptable image modification, filtering, forwarding and conversion
  • DICOM caching and archive merging
  • DICOM web access for viewing and data management (scriptable)

K-PACS Server

K-PACS Server
–  Store SCP (Service Class Provider)

Server connection and file import/export:
–  Export of native DICOM data (with option for anonymization) e.g. into the current DicomWorks folder
–  Format conversion from DICOM to JPEG and Bitmap and vice versa
–  Query/Retrieve SCU (Service Class User) on patient, study and series level
–  Move SCU
–  Store SCU from local K-PACS database or external DICOM data (e.g. CDs) to target archives
–  Printing of DICOM images on Windows® printers
–  Possibility to modify DICOM tags
–  Supported DICOM data compression: uncompressed, JPEG-Lossless (J1), JPEG-lossy (J4)
–  2-Click email export of DICOM studies with or without anonymization, compression or encryption

–  comfortable series preview bar with thumbnails
–  Compare / tile-screen mode: between series of one study, different studies or different patient
–  Regular tools: cine, zoom, magnifier, pan, windowing
–  Measuring: distance, density (HE)

–  Windows 2000/XP
–  Hard disc with fast access time and big internal cache
–  Monitor with 1280×1024 pixel (1,3 MP) resolution
–  Mouse with scroll wheel
–  Pentium IV Processor (Athlon XP class)
–  512 MB RAM (1024 MB for large archives)
–  100 Mbit/s network connection