GRUNDIUM'S FIRST TECHNOLOGY PATENT IN CHINA

Grundium has been issued a Chinese patent for image focusing, making scanning sharp images faster.

The granted patent describes a novel focus depth model for sharp digital imaging of pathology slides. In this method a focus stack of images taken from one or several points in a scanned specimen is used to estimate the best focus level of a point elsewhere on the slide. This method saves scanning time by reducing the number of images needed for sharp focusing.

A portable slide scanner available right where it’s needed is almost always faster than a central multislide scanner.Read more about why the small-footprint Ocus® microscope scanner is more practical and why you get your scans faster than a big scanner here

A global leader in advanced imaging technology, Grundium makes digital pathology and best professional diagnosis available for all life – whether human, animal, plant or other. This is achieved by doing something that nobody else can: applying state-of-the-art mobile technology in digital pathology. Established in 2015 by ex-Nokia engineers, the Tampere-based company is democratizing digital pathology with the Ocus® microscope scanners. The cutting-edge imaging solutions are based on over 20 years of experience in optics, sensors and beautiful high-precision devices. Grundium serves various industries and businesses enhancing quality and processes, protecting human life and safeguarding a clean environment.

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CONTACTS

Davide D'Incau

Sales Director

davide.dincau@grundium.com

About Grundium

Grundium is a global leader in advanced imaging technology. Established in 2015 by ex-Nokia engineers, the Tampere-based company is democratising digital pathology with the Ocus whole slide imaging microscope scanner. The cutting-edge imaging solutions are based on over 20 years of experience in optics, sensors and processing. Grundium serves various industries and businesses enhancing quality and processes, protecting human life and safeguarding a clean environment.
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The Philips IntelliSite Digital Pathology Solution has the capabilities to upload, view and annotate the images produced from the Grundium scanner. Zooming and panning is really fast, even when the images are physically stored on a server in the Netherlands and I’m viewing the images from a workstation in Sweden.
— Fabio Papadia
Philips Business Development Manager Nordics, Digital and Computational Pathology

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