Augmentiqs now enables pathologists to access open source pathology image analysis tools directly from their microscope. ImageJ color deconvolution and QuPath nuclei counting algorithms are now available from within the microscope workflow.

One of the key unique features of the Augmentiqs platform is the software and Open API; affording pathology labs multi-directional communication and integration with any digital system/software. This pull-push feature allows for the Augmentiqs system to be highly inter-operable with other digital microscopy technologies within the microscope itself, including: electronic medical/health record (EMR/EHR) systems, image sharing and other data management systems (including cloud providers), remote viewing/reporting, data/image analysis, artificial intelligence and other software plugins. Augmentiqs can be continuously updated with new and validated software and relevant plugins – bringing more added value to the pathologist with time.


Open Source Pathology Quantitative Analysis Tool QuPath is Used for Cell Counting

Download a paper from Dr. Abraham Nyska on use of open source pathology image analysis using Augmentiqs in the routine preclinical and toxicologic pathology workflow.

About ImageJ (Wikipedia) and utilizing algorithms via Augmentiqs:

ImageJ is a Java-based image processing program developed at the National Institutes of Health and the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI, University of Wisconsin).Its first version, ImageJ 1.x, is developed in the public domain, while ImageJ2 and the related projects are licensed with a permissive BSD-2 license. User-written plugins make it possible to solve many image processing and analysis problems.