Image acquisition and analysis tool

  • 15-Jun-2010 01:53 EDT
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Buehler’s OmniMet 9.5 image acquisition and quantitative analysis software improves lab efficiency and increases operator appeal via improvements including browsing the database using a typical PC-style folder interface, the ability to store multimedia files (such as instruction files, written procedures, and measurement reports), a preview pane to view thumbnail images of files within a folder, and the ability to flip and rotate images. Also added are overlay grids, improved bitplane manipulation functions, database administration tools to assign user rights and access levels, and an audit trail function to track file access and modification information. The system offers seamless point-and-click integration of microscopes, cameras, and image analysis software to capture, analyze, and store images and measurement results. Optional modules for industrial microstructural analysis, compliant with the relevant ASTM and ISO methods, enable automated grain size measurement, phase area percentage, weld characteristics, and other analytical functions.

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