Intogral Limited harnesses cutting-edge research into GPU image processing algorithms, enabling real-time solutions with unprecedented accuracy to problems that otherwise can be only poorly approximated and/or require huge computational time. With many of our customers relying heavily on automation and high-throughput, both speed and accuracy are essential. Moreover, Intogral Limited maintains strong links with Durham University’s Image Informatics research group allowing Intogral Limited to maintain a close connection to current and future state-of-the-art research and cutting-edge solutions.
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