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netScope® Desk

 

External and remote diagnosis made easy. Make whole slide imaging data directly available to others within your network without lengthy copying. This allows you to share pathohistological data within your network, but also with organizations/institutions connected via VPN, to get advice or analysis from colleagues in friendly organizations. NetScope® Desk represents the easiest way to share histological data with other institutions or departments.

  • Installation on your workstation
  • As local user you share the path where your slides are located in the local network with an unlimited number of clients.
  • Clients access the slides using the netScope® Viewer
  • The privileges of the clients correspond to the privileges of the local user running netScope® Desk.
  • Clients only have access to the slides if the user is logged in.

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System requirements

Desk & Group

  • 8 Gigabyte internal memory
  • Microsoft Windows 7 SP. 1 (64-Bit) or higher
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 or higher (Included in Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1607 or higher)
  • 16 Gigabyte internal memory
  • Microsoft Windows 10 (64-Bit)
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 or higher (Included in Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1607 or higher)

Explore netScope ®

 

netScope® has been developed for Whole Slide Imaging (WSI) 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. DICOM, Bigtiff slides, Hamamtsu NDPI and those in the formats Aperio SVS and Leica SCN, Vantana BIF, Sakura Virtual Slide SVSLIDE, NanoZoomer VMS and VMU and many more are also supported. Annotations from ZEISS and ImageScope formats are also supported. This can be expanded upon request.