Remote digital pathology Making judgment in the absence of holding the physical slide Asking the right questions to determine “whether the quality of the images from the remote digital pathology devices are sufficient for interpretation of the pathological images?” (FDA).
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FFEI Names Dr Paul Bulpitt As New Head of Research and Development. Dr Paul Bulpitt brings a breadth of experience in delivering highly advanced and innovative technology to market
FFEI Announce Sierra Colour Calibration Technology. Sierra corrects colour and increases uniformity across multi-vendor WSI scanners and enables ground-truth colour standardisation for pathology AI November 18th, 2019 – FFEI Ltd, the global developer of award-winning digital imaging solutions, today announced the availability of their patented Sierra colour calibration technology, which ensures colour fidelity throughout the […]
The Colourful Reality of AI Why colour standardisation of whole-slide digital imaging is essential to reliable computer-aided diagnosis Richard Salmon discusses Colour calibration in The Pathologist
Gold Sponsors & guest speaker Proud to be sponsoring the 6th Digital Pathology & AI congress FFEI will be presenting their Sierra Colour Calibration technology at this year’s event.
Global Pharma R&D Informatics and AI Congress. FFEI will be presenting their Sierra Colour Calibration technology at this year’s Global Pharma R&D Informatics and AI Congress.
Diagnosing a Pathology of Digitisation in Digital Pathology Following Rick Salmon’s presentation at the Nordic Symposium on Digital Pathology, a full copy of his slide deck can be viewed below.
Nordic Symposium on Digital Pathology Richard Salmon, Guest Speaker Richard Salmon will present on the topic of Color Management in Digital Pathology in the Open Innovation Session 2.
A Call for Colour Calibration Why digital slide scanners must be correctly calibrated to yield trustworthy results Richard Salmon discusses Colour calibration in The Pathologist.