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Materials Laboratory Software

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Material Laboratory SoftwareThe ZEISS ZEN core is a software suite designed for microscopy imaging, automated analyses, and multimodal workflows.

With the new release, materials researchers are now even more efficient. ZEISS ZEN core is not used only as a tool for image analysis and interactive control of microscopes, but also as a lab infrastructure solution, enabling multimodal workflows in connected lab environments with a single general user interface.

The ZEISS ZEN core’s Non-Metallic Inclusion Analysis module helps to identify the type and number of nonmetallic inclusions in steels aiming to meet international standards. The ZEISS Zen Connect module allows users to organize and visualize different microscopy images and data from the same sample in one place. The ZEISS ZEN Data Storage module enables central data management.

May/Jun 2019

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