Join Indica Labs for New Product Launch at Pathology Visions Pre-Conference Workshop on Sunday 19th October

| October 14, 2014


Indica Labs invites you to our pre-conference workshop at Pathology Visions on Sunday 19th October from 4-5 PM Hyatt Regency San Francisco (Pacific N & O meeting rooms) where we will introduce our exciting new Hyper-ClusterTM Technology. Complimentary snacks and refreshments will be provided.

It’s about time – from digital slide to image analysis results at lightning speed with HALOTM and Hyper-ClusterTM technology

Presenters: Steven Hashagen, CEO and Kate Lillard, CSO

Tired of spending all of your time learning how to use your image analysis software when you really want to be analyzing results?  Shorten the learning curve and turbo-charge analysis speed with HALOTM and Hyper-ClusterTM technology.  If you haven’t experienced HALO yet, it’s about time.  With its user-friendly interface and multicore processing, HALO makes whole slide image analysis easy and fast for experts and novices alike without sacrificing data quality.  Now coupled with Hyper-Cluster technology, the industry leader in ease-of-use is moving over ten times faster.  In this 60 minute workshop, we will show you how to go from analysis set-up to whole slide image analysis results in a fraction of the time.  Time is money, so what are you waiting for?

About Indica Labs, Inc.

Indica Labs provides software for quantitative evaluation of pathology images.  Indica’s HALO™ image analysis platform provides a unique combination of precision, performance, scalability, and usability. Indica’s broad range of industry leading tissue-specific image analysis algorithms can be used in a variety of truly integrated digital pathology environments, allowing pharmaceutical, healthcare, and research organizations worldwide to apply high-throughput image quantification in areas such as neuroscience, metabolism, oncology, toxicological pathology, and more. For more information, please visit or contact


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Category: Conferences, Digital Pathology News, Education, Image Analysis, Informatics, Medical Research, Pathology News, Training, Web/Tech, Whole slide

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