Aivia that Learns
Experience AI-powered autonomous image analysis. Aivia has been learning from human experts and can now assess each new image it sees and determine the parameters needed to detect objects of interest. All on its own. Aivia will continue to learn and get better with time.
Your Aivia, your way. The four Active Tiles make it easier to start using Aivia and faster to get results. The tiles cover Aivia's key starting points: visualize images, explore results, complete image segmentation or teach Aivia using the Pixel Classifier. Each tile triggers a simplified user interface with just the tools you need.
Aivia TIFF 2.0
Benefit from faster image conversion and smaller files.
We have also created new documentation and examples so you can make better use of aivia.tiff files in your custom image analysis pipelines/environments.
Leica File Support
As a user of Leica microscopes, you will now benefit from extensive support for LIF, XLEF, LOF and more. There is also a new image library viewer and a new rendering mode for TauSense data.
Aivia that learns
AI-powered autonomous image analysis
Artificial intelligence systems are enhancing our lives in many ways. This technology can recommend the next video you watch, suggest your next purchase, or play a song based on your musical preferences. In medicine, AI systems have been used to predict heart attacks, strokes, and the onset of Alzheimer’s.
What if we enabled Aivia to learn from human experts how to set up an image analysis pipeline?
Autonomous 3D object analysis
Aivia predicts all analysis parameters from the image without prior examples
More time for discovery
Over the last months, Aivia has been carefully learning from a group of volunteer human experts how to set up and apply its 3D Object Analysis recipe.
Now, when Aivia is provided with a previously unseen 3D microscopy image, it can predict and automatically set the image analysis parameters needed to get a good preview. This is the first step towards fully autonomous image analysis.
Your Aivia, your way
We believe the most advanced and enabling technologies for image analysis should be accessible to everyone. The Active Tiles cut through the complexity and take you directly to the tools you need for the specific task at hand.
Last year we made it possible for you to create and save custom user interface layouts. We are now expanding on this concept by introducing four easy-to-find and use tiles covering the top four starting points for Aivia sessions. Moreover, the tile for object detection triggers the newly trained AI system to predict the needed parameters for the 3D object analysis recipe.
Dynamic, task-oriented graphical user interface (GUI)
Four preset options - visualize data, detect objects, explore results and train Aivia
3D Object Analysis tile triggers Aivia That Learns (AI powered autonomous image analysis)
Access via dynamic search bar
A new Aivia.tiff evolution and public documentation
Refined file handling performance
We further refined our file format so that file conversion is much faster (up to 45% time-saving) and the resulting files are smaller (up to 35% space-saving) while retaining all the original data. Moreover, we are releasing a range of documentation that describes the aivia.tiff file format so that everyone can benefit from its design. This makes it possible for developers of other applications to create readers and writers for aivia.tiff files.
Faster file conversion
Use less storage space and keep all your data
Public documentation for aivia.tiff
Leica file readers and visualization modes
Explore Leica files with ease and full control
It has been four (great) months since Aivia joined Leica Microsystems. We have made new friendships, built solid partnerships, and collaborated with our broader team to bring you innovative hardware and insight-creating software.
In the short term, we focused on expanding our coverage of Leica file formats, including 2D and 3D visualization of TauSense data and other lifetime data. Moreover, we have created a new library file explorer to make it easier to navigate and select the images of greater interest for further analysis.
New library navigation view
Improved support for LIF files
Support for XLEF/LOF files
Loading and rendering TauSense data