The universal laboratory documentation imager that reliably captures, stores and retrieves images of laboratory samples.
For many sample types in biology and beyond
Save time and labor in documentation tasks
Overcome inconsistent image acquisition and storage
Reproducible and standardizable through unified image and information storage
The documenting system that allows upgrading to a fully-functional phenotyping system
Reliable technology that makes documenting easy
Image acquisition, storage, and retrieval
Image annotation, metadata recording
Metadata and annotation directly linked to image
Structured image file administration system
Easy export of images and data
Intuitive graphical user interface
12 Megapixel industrial camera
Sample of duckweed in MTP
In duckweed assays, it is important to record the status of growth and development regularly. With ImageAIxpert, documentary images of the samples are stored systematically and the operator can insert sample names and descriptive text that are securely linked with the image in the data storage.
As upgrade, software packages for duckweed analysis are available.
Precipitate on a filter
In sample preparation it is important to keep track of sample properties during the process. For instance once precipitating a sample on a filter, it can be meaningful to document how it looks like as this might be important for later working steps. ImageAIxpert systematically stores the images together with descriptions and makes retrieving easy.
Post-harvest documentation of fruit
Harvested fruit maintain their quality only for a limited time. Images are valuable support in documenting the shelf-life time.
Documenting plant diseases
Occurence of diseases - such as Phytophthora infestans - demands for reliable documenting to enable proper crop management and prevent disease spread. In breeding, a reliable documentation of resistance levels is crucial to select best-performing varieties.
ImageAIxpert can do the documenting by storing the images together with annotations. It can be upgraded to a disease analysis system with our dedicated software package.
Documentation of seedling germination and growth
Images of the germination and growth processes are important to prove the plant features - regardless whether seeds germinate on artificial media, in soil, or on paper.
ImageAIxpert takes this job and gives you the possibility to add all necessary descriptions.
Upgrading to SeedAIxpert is possible by acquiring an additional software package.
Population or compound screens
When screening for genotypes or compounds, visible differences frequently are key to identify the promising or outstanding candidates, like the yellow plants in well C8 that could indicate a pigment-relevant mutation in case of a genetic screen. Or, if this would be a compound test, yellow leaves could indicate toxic properties of the tested substance.
Cultivating plants demands for documenting the current status of growth and development. Images of the plants are highly valuable in addition to generic descriptions. Having a systematic set of images allows re-assessing earlier times in development much better than any written description. With storing the image together with sample name, description, and recording time in ImageAIxpert, you always can track the development. Our PhenoAIxpert software package is available as upgrade, so that you can use the images for digital phenotyping.
Working with insects can occur in many context - from insect research over plant health to ecological studies.
Sample stage as light box—for samples requiring bottom illumination
As a lab technician at a plant breeder, I used to struggle with assigning names, taking notes and storing the images on my computer. Moreover, I had to place a camera and a suitable light source somewhere, but changing light conditions led to non-comparable images. For me, ImageAIxpert has made my life much easier – upon image acquisition, I can store name and other meta data consistently with the image as they are easy to retrieve. The image quality is always constant. I can honestly say, ImageAIxpert has become my best lab mate for sample documentation.