Zeiss launches new imaging software

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Connected Lab Image softwareZeiss has launched its newest imaging software called the Zeiss Zen 2 core for improving laboratory workflow and efficiency.

Zeiss Zen 2 core is a lab infrastructure solution designed to connect systems, data and workflows, helping laboratories become more efficient. The imaging software is used as a tool for image analysis and interactive control of microscopes while reflecting multi-modal workflows in connected lab environments using a single general user interface.

The software supports new functions for image acquisition, image analysis, reporting and managing of sample data. It also combines light, digital electrons microscopes to create better analysis. The system also features advanced automation to make work easier and more reproducible.

Database interfaces in the software allow for standardized workflows and the ability to communicate consistent analysis data between different microscopes, offline workstations and laboratory sites.

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