Our Commercial Partners

Ways of partnering with OME and our current commercial partners


Commercial Partnerships


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Currently, there is a range of aforementioned activities between the OME project and the commercial entities listed below. If you are interested in becoming a commercial partner, please contact Jason Swedlow, CEO of Glencoe Software.

OME's commercial arm, Glencoe Software. Inc., provides commercially licensed, supported and/or customized versions of Bio-Formats and OMERO. Glencoe's OMERO Plus data management platform is deployed in academic, biotech and pharma institutions around the world and is embedded in imaging software solutions from many of the world's leading technology companies. Glencoe has an exclusive commercial license for OMERO from the University of Dundee and for Bio-Formats from the University of Dundee and the University of Wisconsin. For more information, contact the Glencoe team here.

Commercial licenses of OME software
Organizations using a commercial deployment of our software

Ways to Partner with OME


There are a range of activities currently being undertaken by OME in conjunction with the commercial entities listed below. OME has formed partnerships with many of the major commercial imaging hardware and software manufacturers. A partnership can include any of the following:

Consultation on OME schema and system design

Reading and writing of OME-XML within proprietary software

Using OME software tools within proprietary software

Directly contributing to the OME project


OME Partnerships


Organizations supporting OME-TIFF
BIOQUANT Image Analysis Corporation
Bitplane AG
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Definiens
DRVision Technologies LLC
Intelligent Imaging Innovations, Inc.
Leica Inc.
Media Cybernetics Inc.
Molecular Devices Inc.
PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences Inc.
Scientifica
Scientific Volume Imaging B.V.
TILL Photonics GmbH
Visiopharm

Organizations that provided significant technical/design input

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The OME project is grateful to all the organizations for their input and suggestions for the design and implementation of OME interfaces and schema.

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