GDTI announces details from company plan

Oct. 4, 2007 at 12:55 PM   |   Comments

HERNDON, Va., Oct. 4 (UPI) -- Virginia-based Guardian Technologies International has released a report highlighting the company's plan to capitalize on worldwide markets.

GDTI is a medical imaging and threat detection technology company in the healthcare and homeland security markets.

The company commissioned the investment research firm Murphy Analytics, which resulted in a whitepaper titled, “A New Vision for Medicine.” Officials say the report highlights potential first-to-market opportunities for medical imaging technologies and services in the United States' estimated $11 billion market and a worldwide market of $26 billion.

“Although operating in a space crowded with some of the world’s largest companies, GDTI’s Signature Mapping software has the potential to serve as a complement utility to both the medical imaging systems currently in service and to new equipment sales,” said Patrick Murphy of Murphy Analytics, in a statement.

GDTI officials say the company is planning to begin aggressively marketing its enhanced images technology to both the healthcare and homeland security sectors.

“This is the second whitepaper in a series of reports that Guardian has commissioned for the investment community that we believe is an accurate portrait of the fast-growing market for our medical imaging technologies,” said Bill Donovan, president and chief operating officer of Guardian Technologies International.

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