Sciton Inc has introduced the latest version of its flagship platform, JOULE X, at the annual American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery Meeting (ASLMS), which takes place March 27-31 in Denver.
Sciton’s legacy focuses on building systems with the trailblazing advancements to minimize obsolescence through an expandable multi-device platform. The JOULE X platform leads the way as the most customizable laser and light performance system in the aesthetic and medical market.
“We are excited to introduce our latest multi-device platform, JOULE X, the foundation for many of our newest offerings while incorporating smart technology in applications and software,” comments Sciton’s Chief Operating Officer Aaron Burton, in a media release.
“We are bringing even more value with novel technology offerings including SCITON iQ, a revolutionary cloud computing data intelligence program empowering practices with system and treatment data analytics to gather business insights.”
The JOULE X platform is designed to be equipped with application modules that providers can personalize to fit their current needs along with an architectural design plan that emphasizes the ability to add or exchange modules as their practice grows.
JOULE X is highly expandable and features three distinct delivery modes: arm, fiber, and broadband light.
JOULE’s portfolio modules including HALO, diVa, Resurfacing Perfected, Allura lasers as well as BBL (BroadBand Light) with its Forever Young branding, the release explains.
[Source(s): Sciton Inc, PR Newswire]