Microscopy and automation solutions in biomedicine
Opto already offers transmitted light microscopes for droplet-based microfluidics, automated multifluorescence microscopes for cell analysis, inverted autofocus microscopes for motion analysis of growth processes and high-throughput fluorescence microscopes for DNA and RNA sequencing.
Miniaturised optical imaging modules from Opto can be found inside the machines of world market leaders in a wide variety of high techology applications including remote automated bacterial fluorescence microscopy, time-lapse high throughput cell processing, high throughput automated blood screening with fluorescence, DNA and RNA sequencing, intra ocular lens replacement surgical instrumentation.
Droplet based Microfluidics
with the Opto digital inverse microscope profile M
Droplet-based or digital microfluidics is a screening method that is used in practice for various applications. It involves the generation of serial sequences of droplets, which are regarded as self-contained reaction vessels.
Plug&Play AI microscope for urine sediment examination
with CNN-based vision system from Basler and Opto
In a urine sediment analysis, laboratory employees examine the solid components of a urine sample under microscope to diagnose diseases of the kidney or urinary organs. However, manual examinations under microscope generally carry a risk of errors and take up valuable time. Many laboratories therefore use automated systems.
Laboratory workstations for continuous, photo-documented sample tracking across all preparation steps of pathological specimens (tumor tissue, skin, and bone biopsies).
CellScope for the analysis of cells
Minimized, ultra-compact microscope with special illumination method for the observation of living cells in a sterile environment with automated function and image evaluation.
Over 3 years in development, the Opto DualStation combines all the imaging techniques and magnifications typically used in IVF labs and condenses them into a single, small, affordable instrument that can be seamlessly housed in the new generation of fully enclosed microscope chambers.
Schwind manufactures devices for the treatment of corneal refractive errors using the LASIK procedure (laser in situ keratomileusis). For a new generation of devices, Opto developed a stereo operation microscope that allows the doctor to visually check the operation and simultaneously couples the UV spectrum of the excimer laser used in a controlled manner.
Pharmaceutical screening is an automated method for testing and analyzing biochemical, genetic or pharmacological substances. The method can filter out defined elements from one or more coordinated runs from the corresponding test area. Affordable High Throughput screening.