Troy, MI (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
This complimentary 60-minute webinar will focus on one of today’s most exciting optical instrumentation innovations – the complete integration of optical science with digital technology. The result of this integration is the field of Opto-Digital Microscopes that allow for new levels of functionality and reproducibility with improved ease of use compared to conventional microscopes, for all imaging and measuring needs. No longer is a camera and software an add-on to the microscope, but a single integrated optical metrology and imaging solution exists.
Specifically designed for the needs of quality assurance and quality control labs, Opto-Digital Microscopes allow for traceable, reproducible measurements and images while providing the full functionality of conventional solutions. The Olympus Opto-Digital Microscope line provides a streamlined solution for quality control laboratories that provides increased ease of use while achieving accurate measurements and high quality images.
This live webinar with interactive Q&A will:
- Look at the needs identified by QA and QC labs
- Discuss why an Opto-Digital system is purchased and its everyday uses
- Review the challenges faced in QA/QC labs by looking at measuring applications and the types of imaging and analysis being conducted
- Explore how Opto-Digital Microscopes overcome many of the challenges of conventional microscopy
Register to attend Opto-Digital Microscopes, Solving Today’s Toughest QA/QC Challenges
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