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A History of Innovation

LED Medical Diagnostics Inc. is a dental imaging technology provider focused on delivering state-of-the-art imaging software and systems. Through its wholly-owned subsidiaries LED Dental Inc., LED Dental Ltd., and Apteryx, Inc., LED Medical has provided dentists and oral health specialists with advanced diagnostic imaging products and software for over 20 years. LED’s proprietary technologies include the VELscope Vx Enhanced Oral Assessment and TUXEDO Intraoral Sensors, in addition to Apteryx’s XrayVision, XVWeb and XrayVision DCV imaging software solutions.

Backed by an experienced leadership team and dedicated to a higher level of service and support, LED is committed to providing dental practitioners with the best technology available by identifying and adding leading products to its growing portfolio. The Company is currently listed on the TSX-V under the symbol LMD, the OTCQX under the symbol LEDIF, as well as the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol LME.

1995

  • Apteryx founded in Copley, OH

1996

  • Initial launch of Apteryx XrayVision Imaging Software product line

1998

  • Apteryx issued first patent
  • Apteryx headquarters moved to Akron, OH

1999

  • First release of Apteryx Data Converter software
  • Apteryx NameGrabber technology released

2000

  • Apteryx reseller network now covers 60% of U.S. dental practices

2002

  • LED Medical Diagnostics is founded

2004

  • Apteryx issued patent for NameGrabber technology
  • Over 18,000 licenses have been purchased of Apteryx’s XrayVision® and XVLite products, supporting over 26 different digital x-ray devices
  • XrayVision DCV reached beta status

2005

  • Apteryx imaging solutions reach 30,000 licenses for its general dentistry product line
  • Apteryx deploys XrayVision DCV in US Army and US Navy

2006

  • LED Dental established in the United States & Canada as subsidiaries of LED Medical
  • The first VELscope system, the VELscope Vantage is launched

2007

  • XrayVision DCV installed on first US Navy ship

2008

  • XVSync software package is released

2009

  • Apteryx issued 2 new patents
  • Apteryx reports an install base of over 500 DICOM servers and over 15,000 XrayVision DCV workstations
  • Apteryx imaging exceeds 58,000 licenses for its general dentistry product line
  • DataGrabber and NameGrabber exceed 55,000 installed licenses
  • XrayVision product line now supports over 30 different x-ray manufacturers

2010

  • Apteryx issued 2 new patents
  • Apteryx completes XrayVision DCV installations at most US Navy sites and ships

2011

  • The VELscope Vx is released
  • Apteryx issued 5 new patents

2012

  • Apteryx issued 6 new patents
  • Development on XVWeb begins
  • Apteryx begins installations at US National Guard sites

2013

  • Apteryx issued 2 new patents bringing total to 18 with several dozen still in process
  • XVWeb enters beta testing and receives FDA approval
  • Apteryx reports an install base of over 800 DICOM servers and 20,000 XrayVision DCV workstations
  • XrayVision reaches over 80,000 licenses distributed with XVLite reaching 19,000 licenses
  • NameGrabber and DataGrabber reach 90,000 licenses

2014

  • LED Dental’s U.S. headquarters is established in Atlanta, GA
  • Introduction of LED Dental’s new imaging device line
  • LED Dental signs distribution agreement for the RAYSCAN Alpha imaging system with RAY, a subsidiary of SAMSUNG
  • The LED IC100 Intraoral Camera is launched
  • Apteryx issued 2 new patents
  • XVWeb SaaS product released
  • XrayVision 4 released

2016

  • LED Dental launches the TUXEDO Intraoral Sensor

2017

  • Apteryx becomes subsidiary of LED Medical Diagnostics and a sister company of LED Dental

2018

  • New LEDapteryx.com website goes live, featuring full line of LED & Apteryx products and services
  • XVWeb version 2.0 is released
  • Over 75 million images have been acquired and stored via XVWeb
  • Apteryx is awarded a five-year contract with the US Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs Federal Supply Schedule
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