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Edward Marandola Phones & Addresses

  • 1308 Meetinghouse Rd, North Wales, PA 19454 (215) 646-5242 (215) 654-0262
  • 1401 Meetinghouse Rd, North Wales, PA 19454
  • Gwynedd, PA
  • Telford, PA
  • Furlong, PA
  • Hatfield, PA
  • North Fort Myers, FL
  • Lower Gwynedd, PA
  • West Deptford, NJ
  • Wilmington, DE
  • 1401 Meetinghouse Rd, North Wales, PA 19454 (215) 859-1521

Work

Position: Farming-Forestry Occupation

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Resumes

Resumes

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Sr Vp Imaging

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Position:
Sr VP at Imaging Sciences International
Location:
Greater Philadelphia Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Imaging Sciences International since 1992
Sr VP

Scientific Search Staffing / Imaging Sciences International, Inc. 1992 - 2011
Sr VP
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Vp At Apple Computer

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Position:
VP at Apple Computer
Location:
Greater Philadelphia Area
Industry:
Computer Hardware
Work:
Apple Computer
VP

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Edward Marandola
Chief Executive Officer
Keystone Dental X-Ray Inc
Mfg X-Ray Apparatus/Tubes Electrical Repair · Medical Equip Merchant Whols
1910 N Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440
(215) 997-5680, (215) 230-0667
Edward Marandola
President, CEO, Director, Secretary, Director/CEO/Preside, Chairman
IMAGING SCIENCES INTERNATIONAL, INC
Dental Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers · Government Contractors
1910 N Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440
1910 No Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440
(215) 997-5666, (215) 997-5665

Publications

Us Patents

Method For Locating A Curved Object

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US Patent:
7783093, Aug 24, 2010
Filed:
May 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/437524
Inventors:
Arun Singh - North Wales PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
Omid Kia - North Bethesda MD, US
Uwe Mundry - Mauldin SC, US
Assignee:
Imaging Sciences International LLC - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
G06K 9/00
US Classification:
382128
Abstract:
In a method and apparatus for locating in a three dimensional data array an arcuate object having an axial extent, slices of data generally transverse to the axial extent of the object are selected. Rays generally radially of the arcuate object are selected within the slices. Crossing points where the rays cross the boundaries of the arcuate object are located. The position of the arcuate object is determined from the positions of the located points.

Locating An Elongated Object In A Three-Dimensional Data Array

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US Patent:
7817830, Oct 19, 2010
Filed:
May 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/437523
Inventors:
Arun Singh - North Wales PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
Omid Kia - North Bethesda MD, US
Uwe Mundry - Mauldin SC, US
Assignee:
Imaging Sciences International LLC - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
G06K 9/00
US Classification:
382128
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for locating an elongated object in a three dimensional data array are disclosed. A slice of data generally lengthways of the elongated object is selected. Points on the object in the selected slice are identified. Data including the points are transposed parallel to the slice and transversely to the elongated object to align the points in a direction parallel to the slice and transverse to the elongated object. A current slice is selected that is rotated around the length direction of the object relative to the previously selected slice. The identifying and transposing are repeated to align points on the object in a direction parallel to the current slice and transverse to the elongated object.

Adjustable Scanner

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US Patent:
8290119, Oct 16, 2012
Filed:
Jan 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/524403
Inventors:
Henry Tancredi - Ottsville PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
John Tancredi - Hatfield PA, US
Assignee:
Imaging Sciences International LLC - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
US Classification:
378 38, 378197
Abstract:
For dental and facial imaging, a source of x-rays () or other penetrating radiation and a detector () are mounted opposite one another on a rotatable gantry (), so that the head of the patient can be positioned between the source () and the detector (), with the axis of rotation () of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector is longer in one direction than in the perpendicular direction, generally rectangular, and is rotatable between a position in which the long axis is transverse to the axis of rotation of the gantry and a position in which the long axis is generally parallel to the axis of rotation of the gantry. The length of the detector along the long axis is sufficient for fully detailed computed CT when the long axis is transverse, and for full-face CT when the long axis is parallel.

Adjustable Scanner

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US Patent:
8503603, Aug 6, 2013
Filed:
Feb 20, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/918558
Inventors:
Henry John Tancredi - Ottsville PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
Frank Speranza - Warminster PA, US
Omid Ebrahimi Kia - North Bethesda MD, US
Assignee:
Dental Imaging Technologies Corporation - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
US Classification:
378 39
Abstract:
For dental and facial imaging, a source of x-rays () or other penetrating radiation and a detector () are mounted opposite one another on a rotatable gantry (), so that the head of the patient can be positioned between the source () and the detector (), with the axis of rotation () of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector or the source are mounted so they can translate and/or pivot horizontally or vertically. The gantry is angulated so that the source or the detector may not be at the same height relative to the patient's head. The gantry can telescope, moving the source and the detector closer together or further apart. The collimator changes dynamically with the motion of the gantry and/or the source and detector to scan a smaller portion of the scan field.

Panoramic View Generator

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US Patent:
20060275740, Dec 7, 2006
Filed:
May 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/437526
Inventors:
Arun Singh - North Wales PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
Omid Kia - North Bethesda MD, US
Uwe Mundry - Mauldin SC, US
Assignee:
Imaging Sciences International, Inc. - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
A61C 5/00
US Classification:
433215000
Abstract:
In a method and apparatus for generating a view of a jaw, a tomographic dataset of a volume including at least part of the jaw is obtained. Inner and outer surfaces of the jaw are identified in the tomographic dataset. Data for a region with boundaries related to the identified inner and outer surfaces are selected. A panoramic view is generated from the selected data and is displayed.

Scatter Correction

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US Patent:
20070086560, Apr 19, 2007
Filed:
Oct 4, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/543183
Inventors:
Omid Kia - North Bethesda MD, US
Arun Singh - North Wales PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
Uwe Mundry - Mauldin SC, US
Assignee:
IMAGING SCIENCES INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Hatfield PA
International Classification:
H05G 1/60
A61B 6/00
G01N 23/00
G21K 1/12
US Classification:
378007000, 378019000
Abstract:
In one embodiment of a method of and apparatus for correcting for scatter, an object, which may be the jaw of a dental patient, is subjected to x-rays or other penetrating radiation. An intensity distribution of the transmitted radiation is detected. A first array of voxel data representing the absorption of the radiation by the object is reconstructed from the detected intensity. A radiation scatter pattern is calculated by forward projection from the first array using one or more point spread functions. The detected intensity is corrected using the calculated radiation scatter pattern. A second array of voxel data representing the absorption of the radiation by the object is reconstructed from the corrected detected intensity.

Reduction And Removal Of Artifacts From A Three-Dimensional Dental X-Ray Data Set Using Surface Scan Information

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US Patent:
20110255765, Oct 20, 2011
Filed:
Apr 20, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/090786
Inventors:
Bradley S. Carlson - Huntington NY, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
David A. Sebok - Eagleville PA, US
Uwe Mundry - Landrum SC, US
International Classification:
G06K 9/00
A61B 6/03
US Classification:
382131, 378 4
Abstract:
A system for removing artifacts caused by x-ray reflective materials from an x-ray image of a patient's teeth. The system includes an x-ray source, an x-ray detector that captures several x-ray images, and a surface scanner that captures a surface scan of the patient's teeth. An image processor generates three-dimensional models from the optical surface data and the CT volumetric data. The models are resized and oriented to be of the same scale and orientation and then overlaid to create a combined data set. Data points that extend beyond the surface of the patient's teeth in the surface model are identified and may be removed if it is determined that they are artifacts. An artifact-reduced CT model is then displayed.

Adjustable Scanner

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US Patent:
20130016806, Jan 17, 2013
Filed:
Sep 21, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/624105
Inventors:
Henry Tancredi - Ottsville PA, US
Edward Marandola - Gwynedd PA, US
John Tancredi - Hatfield PA, US
International Classification:
A61B 6/14
H05G 1/60
US Classification:
378 4, 378 39
Abstract:
An apparatus for dental and facial imaging including a rotatable gantry having an axis of rotation generally in the direction of local gravitational vertical; a source of penetrating radiation mounted on the gantry; an elongated detector for detecting radiation and producing image data, the detector mounted opposite the source on the gantry, and having a length, a long axis, and a short axis The gantry, source, and detector configured to receive the head of a patient between the source and the detector, with the axis of rotation of the gantry passing through the patient's head. The detector is mounted rotatably to the gantry and movable between a first position where the long axis of the detector is generally perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the gantry and a second position where the long axis of the detector is generally parallel to the axis of rotation of the gantry.
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