NoCamels Reports on Digital Pathology Startup Augmentiqs

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NoCamels.com covers breakthrough innovation and technology from Israel for a global audience, and has now includes reports on digital pathology startup Augmentiqs.

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NoCamels Reports on Digital Pathology Startup

NoCamels provides readers with an overview of the microscope, and then continues to explain why despite there being a need for innovation in the space, existing technologies are not addressing the true needs of the pathologists.

“​For thousands of years, microscopes have allowed scientists, doctors, and lab professionals to view enlarged images of small objects, cells, bacteria, and other agents that cannot be seen by the naked eye, for the purpose of analysis and examination. Since the invention of the first microscope around 1590, these devices have come a long way, allowing for varying levels of magnifying power and producing images of different types and resolutions. The “world’s most advanced microscope” is said to be able to probe the spaces between atoms.

But microscopes – specifically modern research ones called compound microscopes – remain largely analog devices.”

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About Augmentiqs

Augmentiqs is a microscope-centric approach to digital pathology, providing pathologists a cost-efficient and low-data method for realizing clinical and workflow enhancements. By connecting the analog microscope to the computer, Augmentiqs maintains the advantages of the microscope for workflow and primary diagnosis, while improving efficiency with the introduction of pathology software applications directly from the microscope.

By functioning as a platform for real-time software deployment within the microscope, Augmentiqs allows pathologists immediate access to imaging, analytical software, telepathology, LIMS integration and other digital pathology applications.

For more information about Augmentiqs, please visit www.augmentiqs.com or contact sales@augmentiqs.com.