Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sdi Group Plc LSE:SDI London Ordinary Share GB00B3FBWW43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.60 -2.44% 64.00 63.00 65.00 65.80 64.00 65.60 236,882 10:06:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 17.4 2.1 2.1 30.5 62

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13/7/2019
08:26
..................... An observation re AI ........................... No doubt some of you have noted the rise of IQAI and the shareholder interest generated by use of AI combined with quantification (quantitive) imaging. Since the name of SDI is 'Scientific Digital Imaging' IMO this new little IQAI company is I feel on our patch ... steeling our thunder ... so to speak. Present thinking is that one of the most promising areas of health innovation is the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical imaging, including, but not limited to, image processing and interpretation. AI might well find various other multiple applications, such as image acquisition and processing to aided reporting, follow-up planning, data storage, data mining, and many others. AI has arrived in ultra sound applications htTps://risemedia.net/2019/07/11/artificial-intelligence-in-ultrasound-imaging-market-analysis-and-forecast-by-nvidia-intel-corporation-ibm-google-microsoft-general-vision-inc-ge-siemens-medtronic-cloudmedx-clinical-ai-pl/ And AI is going to find its way into all other aspects of digital imaging. I think Synoptics are fully aware of this as AI if applied in the correct manner can cut down on human error and provide quicker results 24/7, though it adds some costs. The benefits of AI use must therefore clearly demonstrate why such extra costs are fully justified. Imaging Biometrics® is part of IQAI and is focused on advanced and state of the art medical software and services. Imaging Biometrics develops and provides visualization and analytical solutions that enable clinicians to better diagnose and treat diseases with greater confidence. Through close collaboration with top researchers and clinicians, sophisticated advancements are translated into platform-independent software plug-ins which can extend the base functionality of workstations, imaging systems, PACS, or medical viewers. By design, IB’s advanced visualization software seamlessly integrates into routine workflows. Please visit htTp://www.imagingbiometrics.com for further information. I would imagine there are similar comanies involved with AI quantitive imaging provision
buywell2
12/7/2019
07:07
POST REMOVED
buywell3
11/7/2019
15:20
Now we have the inverse head and shoulders What's the target sp
ronwilkes123
11/7/2019
15:08
Couple more sells and it's the 50p
ronwilkes123
11/7/2019
14:29
Don't panic should be under 50p shortly looking at latest prints
ronwilkes123
11/7/2019
11:48
Incidentally , according to the latest edition of Small Company Share Watch , the results for SDI are due on 18th July .
mrnumpty
11/7/2019
11:44
As someone who is a long-term holder in SDI , but who has no knowledge of biotech , I nonetheless appreciate the comments by " buywell3 " , even if they are usually too recondite for me . However , as " buywell3 " points out , BBC2 is showing " The Great British Beef Scandal " from 9.00pm tonight . There is a half-page article called " Mad cow disease : could it strike again ? " on page 23 of today's Telegraph . As someone with some knowledge of the countryside , I certainly recall the utter ineptness ( in my humble opinion ) of the way in which Blair's government dealt with the dreadful outbreak of Mad Cow Disease which occurred under their watch . Thousands of cows which happened to be within a certain radius of a suspected outbreak were slaughtered , with their bodies then left in huge heaps for days before being collected . It presumably didn't occur to our urban " leaders " that , unfortunately , almost as soon as a dead body is left , scavengers will appear , first taking the eyes before proceeding to the rest . In their blatant disregard for the requirements of Blair and his Minister of Agriculture , Nick Brown , raptors such as crows , having feasted on these corpses , were then at perfect liberty to travel far beyond the exclusion zone . There were also many tales of how , after the bodies of the slaughtered cattle had been collected in lorries , liquids from these bodies were allowed to spill out onto the road along the lorries' journey . It was thus more than feasible that this slaughter and transport of often perfectly healthy cattle actually assisted in the spread of Mad Cow Disease . Call me a cynic , but I doubt whether anyone in DEFRA has learnt from such stupidity . Another article in today's Telegraph might also be of interest . On page 15 , there is an article titled " Australian gulls host superbugs that may pose threat to humans " . Although the Australian federal health department says that " the risk of transmission from the birds to humans has not yet been proved " , Dr Sam Abraham of the Murdoch University in Perth ( Aus ) , states that " What we found was , regardless of the [ Australian ] state , the gulls in Australia are carriers of superbugs , or antimicrobial resistant bacteria , which cause infection in humans ... We're only scratching the surface at the moment - it's the tip of the iceberg " . The Telegraph says that " Some of the [ Australian gulls' ] faeces contained bacteria resistant to last-resort drugs such as carbapenems and colistin ... Antimicrobial resistance is considered one of the most serious threats to modern medicine " . So " buywell3 " , keep it up , I might not understand too much of what you write , but you are attempting to contribute in a positive and intelligent way to the discussion , which is more than can be said for some posters on some other share chat sites . However , do your own research .
mrnumpty
11/7/2019
06:28
With the share price slippage must ramp harder buywell
ronwilkes123
11/7/2019
05:20
POST REMOVED
buywell3
11/7/2019
05:05
Watch BBC 2 tonight at 9pm This IMO is because most of these relatives have early stage prion disease acquired by contact with their relatives ... prion diseases are highly transmissible Impaired learning linked to family history of Alzheimer's July 10, 2019 Adults with a first-degree relative with Alzheimer's disease perform more poorly on online paired-learning tasks than adults without such a family history, and this impairment appears to be exacerbated by having diabetes or a genetic variation in the apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene linked to the disease. htTps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190710131936.htm
buywell3
10/7/2019
17:29
ron, don't get too excited! H&S not yet confirmed, and it could easily make an inverse H&S pattern, if share price made an upbreak.
bamboo2
10/7/2019
15:29
A week till results and it's seemingly being sold offBuywell ramp away lol
ronwilkes123
10/7/2019
14:49
htTps://www.pressreader.com/uk/i-newspaper/textview 10th July 2019 The i today page 26 and 27 The deadly legacy of mad cow disease
buywell2
10/7/2019
13:42
0.8p to go bamboo
ronwilkes123
10/7/2019
13:31
With you bamboo should be under 50p today
ronwilkes123
10/7/2019
12:15
Eod close below 49.4 confirms H&S tp 40.4 Potential turn noted 12/7/2019
bamboo2
09/7/2019
17:30
Yawn buywell see you under 50p
ronwilkes123
09/7/2019
05:46
Worth watching IMO 9:00pm on Thursday 11 July 2019 Mad Cow Disease: The Great British Beef Scandal – BBC2 htTps://www.whatsontv.co.uk › Episodes 7 days ago - The story of the outbreak of mad cow disease and its devastating effects are explored in BBC2's ... Airs at 9:00pm on Thursday 11 July 2019.
buywell3
08/7/2019
11:46
What's buywell going to say when we're under 50p
ronwilkes123
05/7/2019
15:00
Without much buying interest this time
ronwilkes123
05/7/2019
13:04
Looks like a retest of the recent low upcoming imho
ronwilkes123
05/7/2019
06:34
Thanks Rivaldo, I’ve unfollowed the old thread. Great job by pieric in creating this smart header. I’ve slightly struggled to explain what they do before!
steve3sandal
05/7/2019
05:52
There's a filtered sdi board pj
ronwilkes123
04/7/2019
18:21
buywell2 4 Jul '19 - 16:56 - 1781 of 1781 0 0 1 They should include this also: April 8, 2019 Hundreds of N.B. patients notified of 2 suspected Creutzfeldt-Jakob cases hTtps://www.ctvnews.ca/health/hundreds-of-n-b-patients-notified-of-2-suspected-creutzfeldt-jakob-cases-1.4371181 ============================================================================== Oh dear. What a mistake? I had buywell1 and buywell2 filtered years ago. Buywell3 denied he was any relation of 1 or 2, when I questioned him some months ago on this very thread. Hey presto and as above an error of a post. So buywell 1,2 and 3 are all the same person Best ignored imo. Either he goes off the thread or I do, im quite relaxed.
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