FullScaleNANO, providers of NanoMet Software, was founded in 2012. Since that time FullScaleNANO has had collaborations with several universities, companies, and government organizations on project topics ranging from nanomaterials metrology to soil testing to research commercialization.
FullScaleNANO have an extensive subcontractor and user facility network to make almost any analytical measurement capability available to FullScaleNANO’s customers, using the newest and best instrumentation and equipment.
NanoMet is envisioned to be the ultimate nanomaterials dimensional analysis software. Covering all types of nanomaterials and being completely automatic and self-calibrating, NanoMet will be unrivaled in the field of nanomaterials quality control.
All details of the software are specifically engineered for use in the nanotechnology industry, including an revolutionary intuitive user interface. NanoMet saves time and money, is convenient to use and provides rock-solid, repeatable and reliable output using traceable size standards.
NanoMet "sees" every individual pixel in an electron microscope image to properly identify the exact edges of nanomaterials. This rigorous image processing allows users to sample more of the nanomaterials, faster and with better overall reliability. High resolution, low magnification images present a profound opportunity to leverage NanoMet systematic approach to image analysis.
Automatic Nanoparticle Analysis – Determining the Size Distribution of Silicon Dioxide Nanoparticles
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Rapid and Reliable Nanomaterials Analysis
Companies Now Can Bring Fast and Accurate Nanoparticle Analysis In-House
Nanomaterials Analysis - Software for the Quality Control Analysis of Nanomaterials - NanoMet
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Professor Andre Nel
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