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WALTHAM, Mass., Aug. 9, 2021 — Image Analysis SoftwareOlympus Corp.’s Stream V.2.5 image analysis software from Olympus Corp. leverages the power of artificial intelligence to bring next-generation image segmentation to industrial microscope inspections.

TruAI deep-learning technology enables users to train neural networks to automatically segment and classify objects in microscope images for a range of material inspections. A trained network can be applied to future analyses for a similar application to maximize efficiency. More accurate segmentation is provided based on deep learning for a highly reproducible and robust analysis.

Users can train robust neural networks, and easy-to-use interface lets them efficiently label images and run trainings in batches. Networks can be configured with many input channels, trained to identify up to 16 classes, whether imported or exported. The solution also offers options to review and edit training details.



Published: August 2021
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