Dear image.sc forum members,
I am a developer at Net-Base and new to this community here. We develop netScope, a collection of whole slide software and I want to introduce that to you.
There are four software-solutions that are part of netScope.
A easy to use viewer for whole slide data, easy and fast to use for export, snapshot, quantify, annotate, adjust channels …
Share slides over a network with netScope Viewer.
Share slides over a network with netScope Viewer using ADFS to set permissions.
Browser based slide management with many features like a virtual (or hardware driven) file-system, audit-trail, synchronizing/sharing files, creating document templates to fill them for every slide and collect data, open slides in browser or via netScope Viewer. In generall there to speed up processes in everday work with focus on extending/integrating existent data-archives.
The installation platform is always windows. The netScope Server can be used by a browser.
We are not specially focussed on analysing image data, this may come in the future.
All netScope parts are made to be easily usable for nearly everyone.
The whole data exchange is always secured by https and user-credentials.
netScope has been developed for Whole Slide Imaging Data in CZI format. Aside Data from ZEISS Axio Scan.Z1 all kinds of CZI data can be displayed. ZEISS Customers, which still use older MIRAX Slides in the previous MRXS format, can display those slides in the viewer as well. Bigtiff slides and those in the formats Aperio SVS and Leica SCN are also supported. This can be expanded upon request.
Here is the link to our Homepage, where you can also afford a free trial:
This is the link to the information about netScope Server:
At the moment we are thinking about integrating the open-bioformats (BSD for licensing reasons) library to our software, which might be a little bit tricky because linking a java library with c# seems not to be very easy, maybe we can find some help here.
If you have questions or ideas feel free to contact me!
In general we are verry flexible when it comes to customer requests for features.