Image Processing Software
Our product portfolio contains various software solutions for image analysis tasks in a multitude of disciplines. If you would like to know whether your task can be solved using our software, all we need are some sample images: you are welcome to make use of our free image check.
Medical software is available through the leading suppliers of the respective discipline. However, the software can be purchased through Datinf directly for individual solutions.Home
Software for industry, research & development
Flexible solution for object detection and measurement in digital images. Many configuration options allow Scientific Counter to adapt to various requirements. Of course, our support staff will be happy to help should questions or problems arise.
DatInf® Scientific Color is a solution for sizing objects or areas distinguishable by color in digital images. Users can freely select the desired color range and define a measure for the image.
Datinf® Measure is a flexible, vector-based tool for measuring lengths and areas in digital images. The configurable measure makes the program useful for various applications.
Datinf® BGCorr is used to improve digital images, especially microscopic images. Inhomogeneous lighting is corrected by a subtraction technique, resulting in images with a homogeneous background and high contrast.
Image Overlay creates impressive overlays of digital images well suitable to demonstrate changes over time. The program is also useful in identifying counterfeits, e.g. stamps or coins.
Software for medical applications
Dermatological software for early skin cancer detection. By means of two overview images of the body taken with a time interval, relevant changes in moles can be recognized reliably.
Dermatological software for early skin cancer detection. Dermoscopic images of pigmented moles are examined through image analysis under various aspects.
Omorphia demonstrates possible results of plastic surgery or cosmetic treatment to prospective patients. The software is easy to use and well suited to discuss the desired results in consultations.
UVScan visualizes damage to the skin caused by UV exposure. Portrait images are transformed into impressive monochrome images, illustrating light-induced pigmentary irregularities.