A platform you can build on
Augmentiqs turns existing microscopes into connected devices, making them ideal for both the development of AI algorithms, and as a platform upon which they can eventually be run. Augmentiq’s integrated camera can record data while the pathologists work, and augmented reality within the eyepiece can one day be used to pinpoint regions of interest.
A paradigm shift in how data is harvested
For AI developers, the current method of scanning slides upon which to build datasets is expensive, time consuming, and above all, severely limited in regards to the surrounding metadata.
Augmentiqs developed a patent-pending method of collecting data that operates while the pathologist works. Based upon actions performed by the pathologist, images are collected and given a score which can then be fed into the algorithm.
By using Augmentiqs to harvest data, developers can quickly and cost-efficiently have access to the largest and most high-quality data sets of pathology images and corresponding metadata.
For laboratories looking to commercialize their existing workflow, Augmentiqs is a HIPPA compliant method for collecting mass amounts of data during the routine pathology workflow. Augmentiqs operates without any interruption to the current pathology routine, recording data that can be commercialized with pathology AI vendors.
An AR platform for running your AI product
Augmentiqs high-resolution digital overlay within the existing microscope eyepiece is the ideal platform for running AI in labs that will not make the transition to WSI.
Augmentiqs has created a digital pathology ecosystem that supports a wide range of pathology software within the existing microscope.
Utilizing Augmentiqs for AI Applications
Learn how Augmentiqs is being used to build annotated pathology training sets directly from the pathologist’s microscope.
Augmentiqs is a microscope accessory and is not intended for any diagnostic purpose.