TEMIS helps RSNA deliver smarter content to radiologists

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The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has signed a strategic Software as a Service (SaaS) agreement for TEMIS' Luxid semantic solution.

RSNA hosts a major radiology forum that draws over 55,000 attendees annually to McCormick Place in Chicago. It also publishes two peer-reviewed journals in this field: Radiology and RadioGraphics.

RSNA says that it will use Luxid Content Enrichment Platform to provide its 53,000 members with an enhanced search and navigation experience within and across its journal, education and Sscientific content.

'Among RSNA's goals for semantic enrichment of its content through Luxid are the application of our lexicon, RadLex, and surfacing additional related content from all RSNA resources to journal users,' explained Roberta Arnold, assistant executive director for publications & communications at RSNA.

It will embed Luxid within its Atypon Literatum ePublishing platform in order to enable automated tagging, categorisation and linking of its journal content. RSNA will also deploy Luxid on the myRSNA knowledge portal. TEMIS will produce rich metadata on RSNA content assets using its off-the-shelf extraction components as well as RSNA's own taxonomy, RadLex.