Mobile imaging technology is primarily used in the diagnosis of diseases by providing detailed images of the body. The mobile imaging market is growing due to innovative applications of the technology in various areas such as cardiology, neurology, and women's health. The growing importance of medical imaging systems in various medical applications is among the key driving factors of the global mobile imaging market. This is due to the rising number of tests and screening procedures prescribed by doctors for the diagnosis of chronic diseases. In addition, mobile imaging equipment is poised to expand from diagnosis to include biopsies and surgeries. Mobile MRI equipment is the most preferred technology for mobile purposes. However, it is more expensive than a CT scanner. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields and radio waves for the purpose of imaging internal organs such as head, spine, heart, bone/joints, and abdomen. Moreover, MRI is used to examine the head, spine, heart, bone/joints, and abdomen. The mobile imaging systems are designed to be installed in large vans/trailers that operate as mobile scanning rooms, and can be taken to various sites offering extended care.