This week, we launched Imatest 5.0. We built Imatest 5.0 to provide users with a streamlined workflow for more efficient image quality analysis. Here are five reasons to start using Imatest 5.0 today.
Refined User Experience
Imatest 5.0 features several new tools and enhancements across our products to help you improve your workflow. Whether you want to reduce the number of images needed for complete system qualification with Arbitrary Charts; process a collection of images with automated analysis routines within the brand new Test Manager, or process batches of images with our enhanced image processing module, Imatest 5.0 is an improved experience for users needing an expedited testing process.
Innovative Image Quality Measurements
The newest release provides several new and enhanced measurements to help your focus on the image quality factors that matter to your business’ camera system.
Contrast Resolution was designed for the visualization and measurement of contrast separation. This is particularly important for the automotive industry where camera systems need to distinguish between low contrast objects in a larger field with varying ranges of brightness.
The ISO 18844 flare measurement added to the Uniformity module was created to address the need to accurately measure veiling glare.
The enhancements to the SFRreg Center Chart provides geometric utilities for measuring tilt and rotational measurements, an especially important factor for users needing to test wide-angled measurements.
Focus on the image quality factors that matter most
Imatest tools serve many industries with widely varying requirements, for example testing an automotive camera system is different from testing a consumer device. Even within one industry, companies need to test several image quality factors on several test charts, complicating the capture analysis workflow. Imatest 5.0 lets you zero in on the image quality factors and results that matter most to your business.
Customizable reports allows users to more efficiently filter and present select image quality data from a variety of image quality factors.
The new arbitrary charts functionality serves a similar purpose by letting users define efficient layouts of analysis features within one chart.