Microorganisms

While many microbes are harmless to humans, others can cause serious problems. They can spoil food, introduce toxins, cause disease and lead to a host of other problems. The importance of microbiological testing is to quickly identify these contaminants and treat them before they do irreversible damage.

Until now this testing process took a long time in the laboratories, as most of the data were obtained by the laboratory by independently calculating and analyzing.

But now, an automated microscopy system solution has been developed that allows optical analysis of samples of various products and the detection of unwanted contaminant cells and microorganisms. The system is also able to analyze and classify microorganisms according to their morphological properties. This system significantly shortens laboratory test times, allowing the laboratory technician to focus solely on the interpretation of results.

While many microbes are harmless to humans, others can cause serious problems. They can spoil food, introduce toxins, cause disease and lead to a host of other problems. The importance of microbiological testing is to quickly identify these contaminants and treat them before they do irreversible damage. Until now this testing process took a long time in the laboratories, as most of the data were obtained by the laboratory by independently calculating and analyzing. But now, an automated microscopy system solution has been developed that allows optical analysis of samples of various products and the detection of unwanted contaminant cells and microorganisms. The system is also able to analyze and classify microorganisms according to their morphological properties. This system significantly shortens laboratory test times, allowing the laboratory technician to focus solely on the interpretation of results.