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RAW compression for cost-
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Meet Dotphoton — RAW image optimization products for life sciences. 10:1 ratio, artifact-free
Dotphoton Bio — stand-alone
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Camera module or network custom solution
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Camera module or network custom solution
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Allow your past and future image data shape your clinical and scientific breakthroughs today
Digitalize clinical image data archives
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Cut image storage expenses
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Allow long-term storage of clinical data
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Enable AI in high-weight image fields
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Manage your data 5 times more effectively
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Dotphoton compression is designed from the ground up for both machine vision and human eye
Histopathology
Enable AI research in histopathology via raw image compression today
High-throughput screening
Save 50% on genomic image data storage
Light sheet fluorescence microscopy
Light sheet images 50% faster
X-ray imaging
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Validated for industry-standard scientific cameras
Dotphoton optimization is per-sensor-based, which means that every image will be compressed according to its specific parameters with a fixed minimal information loss
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The Swiss center, managing data from research proposal to publication and data archiving of the 8 biggest Swiss science institutions
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FAQ
Information retention
Dotphoton's patented technology allows to reduce the size of raw image files by up to 10 times and still preserve all image information. The smaller files are guaranteed to be artifact free and are perfectly suitable for both machine vision and human vision.
Interoperability
Interoperability of image data is a critical challenge for maximising image processing profits. Thanks to Dotphoton, your algorithms no longer need to be tuned for particularities of different cameras.
For critical applications
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
What are technical specs of DP compression? (below the measurement uncertainty of the sensor whatever it means
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
Is loseless or lossy? If it's a third option how can that be?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
How fast in DP compression for a real example image?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
Is there any learning/AI in the algorithm? Can it be learned?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
How do we calibrate sensors? On site? Transfering it our lab? Can they do it themselves?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
Can we integrate DP in the software they are currently using?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
How can we guarantee compatibility?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
Is DP compression a blackbox solution?
In applications where image data plays a major role in decision making, Dotphoton's unique scientific certification of image information retention allows users to deploy compressed image data with confidence.
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