We were recently honored to be included in the video below, featuring us alongside other international companies that use imaging to further science and technology. Take a look!
Fluid Imaging Technologies, recently acquired by Yokogawa Electric Corporation of Japan, is a pioneer in the development of flow imaging instruments that combine the features of traditional microscopes (used for the observation of cells) and flow cytometers (used for high speed analysis of the characteristics of lymph and other types of blood cells suspended in a liquid medium). With functions that enable them to image, measure, analyze, and count particles in liquid samples, the FlowCam is used in fields that range from marine research and municipal water management, to biopharmaceuticals, to chemicals, and the oil & gas industry.
Through the provision of the CSU series confocal scanner units for the 3D observation of the inside of cells and the CellVoyager series high-content screening systems for automated drug evaluation experiments using cultivated cells, Yokogawa supports the research and development of cutting-edge live cell imaging systems. These instruments are suitable for observing adherent cells that are cultivated on the surface of Petri dishes and other types of culture plates. Yokogawa's ability to integrate their AI-assisted image analysis technologies into the FlowCam will enable us to offer new solutions for applications such as antibody drug quality inspection on production lines, and water quality inspection for water supply systems.