SPIE just announced their finalists for the upcoming Prism Awards 2023. Jetraw by Dotphoton was selected in the 'Software' category and we cannot wait to come to San Francisco for the 15th Gala Ceremony, as well as the preceding Photonics West conference that week.
On Tue Nov 29th we invite researchers, facility managers, and manufacturers to our webinar on quality assessment. It's relevant to everyone who works with images, and applies AI and machine learning models to image processing. Despite being the fundamental element for AI-based image analysis, there are no agreed standards yet on image quality. We'll explain how to assess the quality of the data, based on work in this field.
Dotphoton announces the appointment of ChiSquare managed by Rik van Gorsel as a representative in the US for Jetraw, its flagship product. Rik has extensive experience in both academia and industry, working with quantum technologies for over a decade. Learn more about Rik and how to easily arrange Jetraw demo for your lab.
Dotphoton team recently went on a custom-built thermal airship flight in a beautiful town in Switzerland for one of Jetraw’s projects. Read our recent blog post to find out the details, learn more about compression, and join behind the scenes of the innovative development.
Dotphoton, an industry-leading raw image compression company and Hamamatsu Photonics, a world leader in optical systems and photonics manufacturing, are pleased to announce their new partnership.
Group of scientists from different universities and research centres present a method to quantify the impact of image compression on AI predictions. They present the findings using Jetraw software by Dotphoton, which preserves the information embedded in raw images with optimized compression ratio, and guarantees the validity of machine learning outcomes in optical microscopy.
Jetraw was named Top Innovation 2022 along with 9 other fantastic companies. Each year inVISION expert jury selects the ten products and solutions to be awarded for particularly innovative technologies or operating concepts that enable more accurate, better or simpler inspections.
Dotphoton is delighted to announce partnership with one of the leading manufacturers of high-performance cameras for life science research Teledyne Photometrics. Jetraw compression will allow Teledyne camera users to process image data faster and store it in more efficient and sustainable way.
Our CEO Eugenia talked with Yosef about current issues around the lack of high quality data in AI and machine learning, the need for data-centric systems and analyses. Yosef founded Gamaya and grew it into one of the top players in the smart farming industry, producing AI-based digital agriculture solutions aimed at enhancing efficiency and sustainability of farming.
Martin and our founder and Head of R&D Dr. Bruno Sanguinetti look back to how far quantum computing has gone, discuss Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy, AI in science, and the doctrine of open collaboration in science. Martin Jones is a Deputy Head of Microscopy Prototyping at the Francis Crick Institute.
Every new generation of cameras offers ever higher resolutions at ever higher frame rates. The amount of data this generates becomes a problem especially where image data needs to be stored over longer periods of time. A Swiss tech startup Dotphoton compresses RAW image data without loss of information by a factor of up to ten.
In this episode we interview Adam Glaser on light-sheet microscopy, its obstacles, role in pathology and clinical research, and the future of microscopy. Adam Glaser is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington and a co-founder of Alpenglow Biosciences - startup company focusing on the development of a light-sheet microscope for non-destructive, slide-free, 3D pathology.
Dotphoton announces first-level Jetraw software compression integration on PCO CMOS and sCMOS cameras, following their partnership announcement in 2020.
José in conversation with Dotphoton CEO discusses the future of Earth Observation, space startups and their challenges. José Achache is the former Director of Earth Observation Programmes at the ESA, the first Secretary General of the Group on Earth Observation, and an Architect of the Copernicus Programme of the European Union and its Sentinel series of satellites.