Natick, Mass.-based BSX released software for its iLab ultrasound imaging system, which provides a 360-degree view inside the heart and coronary vessels. The software’s iMap feature, which has CE Mark approval in the European Union but isn’t cleared for sale in the U.S., creates a detailed color analysis of plaque composition within the heart and coronary vessels.
Down the Mass. Turnpike a ways, PerkinElmer announced the launch of its Columbus 2.0 platform at the High Content Analysis East conference in Boston.
The Waltham, Mass.-based device and diagnostics maker’s flagship high content screening data management software for cellular imaging and analysis is a web-based repository for cell image data compiled by researchers.
PerkinElmer, which touts the platform as the only image data management system that’s fully compliant with MIT’s Open Microscopy Environment, said the system uses the OMERO server to support a variety of file formats regardless of their origin.