News & Events

Discover our latest news, blog posts and upcoming events.

ArtiQ.QC over-reading & manual over-reading: are the results comparable? And with whom do experts agree more?

by ArtiQ mei 2, 2021

ArtiQ announces a partnership with Vyaire Medical to bring its ArtiQ.PFT software to hospitals across Europe.

by ArtiQ apr 8, 2021

Find out how AI can improve data quality in epidemiological studies.

by ArtiQ mrt 2, 2021

ArtiQ obtains ISO 13485 and CE marking (MDR) certification.

by ArtiQ jan 28, 2021

ArtiQ awarded a € 450 000 grant from VLAIO

by ArtiQ nov 3, 2020

Diagnosis of Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) – Interview with professor Wim Wuyts

by ArtiQ sep 28, 2020

Watch the presentation below to get an overview of the latest applications of AI in respiratory medicine and to learn how doctors and AI can work together as a complimentary team.

by ArtiQ sep 24, 2020

Standardization of ATS/ERS quality criteria or spirometry – interview wit Nilakash Das.

by ArtiQ aug 6, 2020

3 powerful ways AI is changing healthcare.

by ArtiQ jul 3, 2020

ArtiQ.QC combines the visual experience of skilled technicians and ATS/ERS quantitative rules in automating the critical phase of spirometry quality control.

by ArtiQ jun 15, 2020

Neural Networks to standardize spirometric manoeuvre acceptability and usability.

by ArtiQ jun 3, 2020

ArtiQ in Artsenkrant.

by ArtiQ apr 22, 2020

ArtiQ, a KU Leuven spin-off company which helps doctors diagnose, treat and monitor respiratory problems, announces that it has successfully concluded its seed financing round, raising € 1 million euro. The financing will be used to launch ArtiQ|PFT, a decision support tool that offers pulmonologists a fast, reliable and standardized evaluation of a patient’s lung function.

by ArtiQ jun 18, 2019

A study investigating locally interpretable model-agnostic explanation (LIME) to explain the predictions of ArtiQ.PFT’s diagnostic probability.

by ArtiQ mrt 8, 2019

The ArtiQ.PFT software perfectly matched the PFT pattern interpretations (100%) and assigned a correct diagnosis in 82% of all 1500 cases.

by ArtiQ feb 14, 2019