MIPAR Image Analysis is a world-leading algorithm development and image analysis software company. They specialize in efficiently, accurately, and reliably extracting measurements from complex images. From material and life sciences to aerospace and manufacturing solutions, their extensive portfolio can assist a variety of real-world applications.
MIPAR offers an intuitive user-experience, drag-and-drop custom algorithm development, and a powerful deep learning toolbox. Combined with expert consultative services, they offer clients an end-to-end solution that suits their particular project needs. MIPAR helps clients implement sophisticated algorithms that save time and cost while increasing accuracy and supervision over results.
MIPAR was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Additional software distributors and applications specialists are located in Australia, India, China, Europe, Japan, and Taiwan
- Grain Size Measurement, Particle Analysis & More
- Histology, Fluorescence, Cell Imaging & More
Life science imaging often revolves around visualizing the invisible by employing fluorescent stains and sub-microscopic imaging techniques such as scanning electron microscopy (SEM). At MIPAR, the technical team build custom analysis software packages to promote greater accuracy and efficiency when dealing with weak fluorescent signals or nanoscale particles in cell counting and viability testing, or in high-throughput virus identification. MIPAR life science imaging software solutions can also help scientists overcome long-established pain points in cellular assays, such as the bottlenecks in migration analysis, through advanced phase contrast and well plate imaging.
Drone Imaging & Surveying
- Inspection, Remote Sensing, Manufacturing, Inventory
Drones have proven to be a key enabling technology for the next generation of aerial photography and remote sensing, with a raft of existing applications across rural and urban environments alike. MIPAR software can accelerate the critical analysis of complex visual imagery and provide fully automated characterizations of specific regions of interest. For example: Mipar drone imaging software packages can provide detailed insights into woodland health by rapidly distinguishing the percentage of forested areas in an aerial image. They have also provided detailed image analysis software for extremely fine manufacturing inspections, helping process engineers to detect product defects at the smallest possible scale without direct operator intervention. MIPAR cover both thermal and visual applications, and MIPAR image analysis software can be custom programmed to handle various spectra beyond the visible and near-infrared regions.
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