Unlike its name suggests, Composer Systems has nothing to do with music, but is an image archiving and management system from Data Cell. The workstation can capture images which come supplied with either CCD cameras, slide or flatbed scanners and stores the pictures on CD-Rom, optical disk or hard disk.
The product, which can be integrated into networks, is based on the library database and features a graphical form designer. A gallery display enables users to pick up groups of images for further viewing and processing.
For detailed work, a microscope slide attachment Path-scan Enabler means a microscope slide can be scanned up to 2700dpi using a Polaroid 35mm slide scanner.
Composer can be used for archiving company slide libraries as an easy way of keeping pictures in order, for cataloguing components and parts and generating images.
Additional features include network support, optical disk media manager, multilevel and multi-user security and DDE links.
Data Cell is part of the Active Imaging group, a manufacturer of imaging products.
Contact: 01628 415415.
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