Links

Links

Here is a list of links to useful Internet resources:

1 For training courses but also for other projects, I cooperate with the OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology: www.offis.de

2 Furthermore, I collaborate with the company Open Connections GmbH, which is also located in Oldenburg, Germany: www.open-connections.de

1 The full text of the DICOM standard can be downloaded free of charge from the following NEMA web site: dicom.nema.org

2 The current status of the DICOM standard is clearly represented on the web site of David A. Clunie: www.dclunie.com

3 The Open Source DICOM toolkit DCMTK can be downloaded free of charge from the following web site, both in source code and in binary format (for the most important platforms): www.dcmtk.org

1 The complete IHE Technical Framework can be downloaded free of charge from the IHE web site: www.ihe.net

2 The best resource for information about the current development is the IHE wiki: wiki.ihe.net