Image Analysis Technologies that Solve the Limitations of Human Vision

The challenge of extracting intelligence from digital images lies in the limitations of human vision.

No amount of training can, or will, overcome the shortcomings of our eyesight.

Technology remains the solitary solution to the extremely complex problems of image analysis.

Visualizing The Unseen

The human eye is an incredible instrument that since the beginning of time has been our primary means of detection and discovery. However, the human eye is limited by its inability to detect and classify objects lacking in defined shape or to identify specific objects when obscured by vast volumes of clutter.


Our patented machine recognition algorithms expand the constraints of human vision by seeing what the human eye can’t. We accelerate the velocity of decision-making by presenting the original image in ways that provide otherwise indiscernible information.

Saving Lives through Automated Target Recognition Solutions

Recent history has demonstrated the inability of sophisticated scanning equipment, both baggage and people scanners, to prevent the destruction of critical infrastructure or the loss of human life. Most of today’s scanners generate high quality images, but leave image interpretation to a human screener. The complexity of identifying a shapeless and concealed explosive in a highly cluttered image is beyond the physical capabilities of human vision.


PinPoint™ automates target recognition to save lives and protect critical infrastructure.

Saving Lives through the Diagnosis of Tuberculosis

Among infectious diseases, tuberculosis is the second leading killer accounting for approximately 1.8 million deaths per year. Any defense against the spread of the disease must begin with rapid, accurate diagnostic testing.


Signature Mapping TBDx™ addresses laboratory shortcomings by automating the smear microscopy process, including the automated diagnosis of mycobacterium tuberculosis at high levels of sensitivity and specificity. TBDx™ can process 200 stained sputum slides per microscope without human intervention.