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Spectroscopy & Imaging Software Designed for Windows 8

Published: Friday, May 03, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, May 02, 2013
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CRAIC Technologies introduces Auriga™ microspectroscopy & imaging software for Windows 8 ®.

CRAIC Technologies has released its Auriga™ microspectroscopy and imaging software package. Written specifically for Window 8®, this software is designed to collect, analyze and process both microspectra™ and images from CRAIC microspectrophotometers running Windows 8®.

Auriga™ is designed for both industrial processes and scientific research. It is simple to use yet contains many advanced spectroscopic, imaging and data analysis features.

"Our customers want to use our Auriga™ software with the latest generation of 64-bit processors and Windows 8® for even greater performance. The Auriga™ software was developed in response to customer requests for a high performance package to control CRAIC microspectrophotometers situated on both the manufacturing floor as well as those in the R&D laboratory. Numerous features are provided to address both of these functions while maintaining the powerful analytical capabilities" says Dr. Paul Martin, President.

The complete Auriga™ solution combines advanced 64-bit software written specifically to take advantage of the latest generation of CRAIC microspectrophotometers, such as the new 20/30 PV™, and the latest version of Windows.

Auriga™ software allows the user to control CRAIC microspectrophotometers and to acquire high quality ultraviolet, color and near infrared spectra and images of microscopic samples by absorbance, reflectance and different types of luminescence and fluorescence.

The software also incorporates many advanced data analysis features that can be used to analyze microspectra™ and images.

Designed for the production environment as well as the laboratory, it incorporates a number of sophisticated tools for analyzing the UV-visible-NIR data.

It also features touch screen control, a native Windows 8® feature, automation control and much more.

Additional modules may be incorporated to add such capabilities as small spot film thickness measurements and micro-colorimetry.


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