By 2020, the number of people older than 60 is expected to surpass the number of children younger than five years of age1. The aging population poses the health system with challenges, particularly regarding cancer diagnosis (e.g. biopsies) and treatment (e.g ablations) as well in orthopedic diseases, such as chronic back pain or fractured vertebras caused by osteoporosis. Minimally invasive image guidance enables cost-effective procedures2 for the diagnosis and treatment of suspicious lesions. Computed tomography is one of the imaging modalities most often used when cross-sectional image guidance is required in percutaneous interventional procedures3. Dedicated technology that can simplify workflows and maximize safety will help you to optimally handle these procedures and patients.