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STAY ONE STEP AHEAD
WITH HALO IMAGE ANALYSIS

 

Optimizing algorithms, annotating digital slides, and compute-time can lengthen time-to-results. HALO™ addresses these shortfalls to help your lab achieve quality analysis in the shortest time possible.

 

SHORTEN THE LEARNING CURVE

Spend less time learning software and more time analyzing data. HALO’s analysis tuning is fast and easy for experts and novices alike, without sacrificing data quality. No need to ‘build’ analysis algorithms from scratch. HALO’s flexible, purpose-built modules provide quick, quantitative results in oncology, neuroscience, metabolism, toxicological pathology, and more.

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RAPIDLY ANNOTATE SLIDES

Do you dread annotating digital slides using your current system? Cut annotation time in half with HALO’s intuitive, flexible annotation tools. Draw free-hand or use the magnet pen tool to automatically ‘snap’ annotations to your tissues. Easily redraw, amend, move, rotate or copy-paste existing annotations. Better still, teach the classifier module to automatically select tissues of interest for analysis across all images in a study.

 

TURBO-CHARGE ANALYSIS SPEED

Digital slides are large and bog down conventional analysis systems. HALO’s parallel processing technology and optimized algorithms yield up to 4 times the analysis rate of competitive solutions using the same standard hardware. Organizations with greater throughput demands can couple HALO with Hyper-Cluster™ combined hardware and software technology to reach speeds up to 25 times faster than competitor solutions.

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EASILY EXPLORE CELLULAR DATA

HALO reports morphological and multiplexed expression data on a cell-by-cell basis across entire tissue sections and maintains an interactive link between cell data and cell image. Click on any cell in the image and immediately see analysis outputs for that specific cell. Sorting and filtering capabilities allow the user to mine millions of cells while visually assessing corresponding cell populations. For example, sort cells according to biomarker intensity and immediately locate cells with highest intensity in the image. Just imagine the endless possibilities.

 

GROW WITH HALO MODULES

A modular platform that can expand with your needs. Start with a few modules, and add more as your needs change. Use HALO on a single workstation or ramp up to a server based license for your entire group. HALO is flexible enough for a variety of budgets.


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SERVICES

Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Medical Device, and Academic organizations rely on Indica for a range of services:

Software Development Services

Leave it to the professionals. We’ve developed custom software for major pharma and medical device companies in a GLP setting. Our computer scientists are on-call to develop your tailor-made solution for early discovery, pre-clinical studies, and ultimately clinical assay and companion diagnostics.

Image Analysis Services

Not ready to invest in digital pathology infrastructure? We offer slide scanning and consultative image analysis services backed by our domain expertise and industry-leading client relations. We’ll consult with your team early on to optimize histology and staining for image analysis endpoints.

Biomarker Discovery Services

Complex data from multiplexed immuno-oncology studies or high-throughput tissue microarrays can be overwhelming. Our bioanalytics team use HALO™, STRATA™ and Deep Neural Networks to discover/optimize/validate tissue-based biomarkers for improved patient stratification.

Clinical Trial Support

Get more out of clinical trials. We offer clinical study support through a HIPAA compliant instance of HALO LINK™. This web-based histopathology platform enables multi-institutional pathologist collaboration, tissue analysis, data mining, and bioinformatic insight.

 

What Our Clients Are Saying:

“Our ability to generate quantitative data describing the tumor microenvironment has been facilitated by systems such as HALO.  Once that was accomplished, the next constraint became management and analysis of large data sets. We’ve utilized the STRATA service for a number of different projects to help with this issue. Specifically, we’ve engaged their biostatistical service to help identify prognostic and predictive features of the tumor microenvironment. The service has also helped us generate custom visual representations of the results for publication purposes.”  – Janis Taube MD, Director of Dermatopathology at Johns Hopkins University

 

 

about-us

ABOUT US

Company

Indica Labs is the first company to offer tissue specific and application specific image analysis algorithms in a truly integrated digital pathology environment. Pharmaceutical, healthcare, and research organizations worldwide utilize Indica tools for high-throughput, whole-slide image quantification in areas such as neuroscience, metabolism, oncology, toxicological pathology, and more.

Customers

Our growing list of customers include leading pharmaceutical, biotech, and healthcare organizations worldwide.


Eisai
Merck
aTyr
CDC
BoehringerIngelheim
Genzyme
Columbia
SanfordBurnham
sanofi
regeneron
Lund
NIH
Ipsen
Isis
Janssen
Pfizer
Medtronic
Novartis
Serono
NCI
FLI
VA
Cornell
Penn
Takeda
Brown

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CITATIONS

Our customers are making vital discoveries in oncology, neuroscience, and diabetes research.  Check out some of the research our customer’s are publishing using the HALO Image Analysis Platform and Indica analysis modules:

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NEWS & EVENTS

Indica Labs 2nd London Quantitative Pathology User Meeting

HALO and HALO Link users representing a diverse set of organizations, including pharma, biotech, and academic medical centres across Europe will discuss how they are using image analysis to achieve their research objectives with an emphasis on biomarker analysis in oncology and immuno-oncology on Wednesday, November 29th 2017. Confirmed guest speakers from CRUK/Cambridge Institute, CRUK/Beatson Institute, AstraZeneca, and University of St. Andrews.

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The Netherlands Cancer Institute selects the HALOTM image analysis platform to expand its immuno-oncology research capabilities

Corrales, NM – October 24, 2017 – Indica Labs, the leading provider of software for quantitative evaluation of digital pathology images, is pleased to announce selection of the HALO image analysis platform by the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) for in situ analysis of multiplexed biomarkers in tumor tissues. NKI will be using the HALO platform to analyze images captured from

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Upcoming Webinar – Targeting Immuno-oncology Markers in the Tumor Microenvironment – Dr. Travis Hollman, MD PhD MSKCC

Hosted by Dr. Kate Lillard Tunstall, CSO, Indica Labs, and Dr. Travis Hollmann, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Thursday 16th November 2017 (8 am PDT | 11 am PDT | 4 pm BST). This two-part webinar is a must see for anyone interested in spatially-resolved multiplexing for immuno-oncology or analysis of multi-spectral images, such as the PerkinElmer Vectra® 3

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UPCOMING EVENTS

European HALO & Quantitative Pathology User Meeting, London UK – November 28, 2017, 12-4 pm GMT – contact marketing@indicalab.com to register.

4th Digital Pathology Congress – London UK, Presentation and Exhibition, London Heathrow Marriott Hotel – November 30 – December 1, 2017

American Society of Hematology – Atlanta, GA USA, Exhibition, Georgia World Conference Center – December 9 – 12, 2017

 

EVENT RECORDINGS

Webinar: Targeting Immuno-oncology Markers in the Tumor Microenvironment – Dr. Travis Hollman, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Dr. Kate Tunstall, Indica Labs

Webinar: Introducing HALO-AI: Moving deep learning out of the computer lab and into the hands of the pathologist – Vlado Ovtcharov and Dr. Kate Tunstall, Indica Labs

Webinar: Introducing HALO Link: Collaborative Pathology Information System – Dr. Kate Lillard Tunstall, CSO Indica Labs

Webinar: Case Study using HALO and STRATA: Biomarkers of Anti-tumor Immune Activity Associate with Survival in Melanoma – Dr. Tricia Cottrell, Johns Hopkins Medical School and Vlado Ovtcharov, Indica Labs

 

careers

CAREERS

Indica Labs is an exciting growth-phase company with enormous opportunities for personal growth and career advancement.  We develop advanced image analysis and image management software in the emerging field of digital pathology.  Our customers include leading edge research scientists, biologists, and pathologists at hospitals, multi-national pharmaceutical companies, and government research institutions including the Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, and National Cancer Institute.

 

Open Positions

Image Analyst – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open June 2017)

US Technical Support Engineer – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open August 2017)

Web Applications Developer – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open November 2017)

Software Engineer I – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open November 2017)

Software Engineer II – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open November 2017)

Algorithm Engineer – Albuquerque/Corrales, NM, USA (open November 2017)

 

Other Positions

If no currently listed position meet your requirements, we encourage you to submit CV/resume for future consideration to Attn: Human Resources, careers@indicalab.com

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CONTACT US

US HEADQUARTERS

Address   2469 Corrales Rd, Bldg A-3, Corrales, NM 87048
Indica Labs is located just minutes from downtown Albuquerque and the Albuquerque International Airport.
US Phone  +1 505 492 0979
Email  info@indicalab.com

IN THE UK

We provide direct support in the UK, EU and Japan.
UK Phone   +44 (0)1789 765 721
Email   info@indicalab.com
 

IN JAPAN – 日本事務所

日本の電話番号  +81 (0)70 4180 7730
Eメール   hmakino@indicalab.com
 

ALL OTHER LOCATIONS | GENERAL INQUIRIES

Email  info@indicalab.com

TECH SUPPORT

Email  support@indicalab.com

SOCIAL MEDIA

 Twitter   @Indica_Labs
 Linked In   https://www.linkedin.com/company/2216128/

 

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  • – 3D Histech (MRXS)
  • – Aperio (SVS, AFI, eSlideManager)
  • – Hamamatsu (NDPI, NDPIS)
  • – Leica (SVS, SCN, LIF)
  • – Mikroscan (TIF)
  • – Nikon (ND2)
  • – Olympus (VSI)
  • – Perkin Elmer (QPTIFF, Vectra TIF)
  • – Philips IMS
  • – Zeiss (CZI)

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