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Powerful Image Registration and Recognition Software Unveiled for Medical, Satellite, and Defense Imaging Industries
Date:7/14/2009

her to take multiple photos of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and convert it into one file for viewing.

According to Remy Arteaga, DualAlign's CEO, the software "has been very well received." Mr. Arteaga goes on to say that "Textron Inc., SET Corporation and National Institute of Health have all purchased advanced copies of the software and are very impressed with the API for custom applications. There are numerous Retinal Imaging firms that have contacted us about licensing our software including Topcon Corporation and we have two deals underway."
   
At the core of the i2k Align technology is the powerful, new i2align image registration algorithm, which both decides whether or not two images overlap and computes the inter-image transformation (pixel location mapping function). Hence it is both a registration and recognition algorithm.

DualAlign provides image registration and recognition software that can enhance digital imaging systems. Four different software packages are available with i2k Align including Windows (XP and Vista) and Mac (OS X 10.4 and 10.5). Each software package comes with an API for custom software development.

About DualAlign LLC
World recognized computer vision expert, Dr. Chuck Stewart founded DualAlign LLC in 2007 to enable professionals, firms and consumers to make better decisions through image intelligence solutions. DualAlign's patented image intelligence technologies enable its customers to harness the power of imagery, helping businesses and government organizations gain a competitive edge in the marketplace by performing functions that would otherwise be unattainable; accelerating organic growth; shortening time to market & profitability; developing new business areas; lowering risks & costs; and improving efficiency. Visit

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