Fluid Imaging FlowCAM

Monday, April 01, 2013

FlowCAM detects and measures marine plankton and particles in a continuous fluid flow. Scientists, researchers and technicians obtain size, shape, fluorescence and concentration statistics in a fraction of the time required by traditional microscopy. Different particle types in a heterogeneous sample can be automatically identified, differentiated and quantified. FlowCAM acquires high resolution microscopic images at a very rapid rate, typically up to 10,000 images/minute. Intuitive VisualSpreadsheet analysis software allows the user to sort, filter and classify particle images interactively. Visit Planet Ocean at stand G12 at Ocean Business13, or visit www.fluidimaging.com for more information.
http://fluidimaging.com

 


(As published in the March 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

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