LEAD Technologies Accelerates Your Application Development
By Sponsored Content
May 12, 2011 —
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If you want to help healthcare professionals make better decisions faster, consider LEADTOOLS. With LEAD Technologies’ LEADTOOLS family of imaging toolkits, you can easily integrate raster, document, medical, multimedia and vector imaging into your applications.
“Developers are using LEADTOOLS to add powerful imaging features to their applications,” said Otis Goodwin, manager of Developer Support at LEAD Technologies. “They trust us to provide outstanding support and new versions that take advantage of current and emerging programming platforms.”
For more than 20 years, LEAD Technologies has been recognized as the premier provider of digital imaging development tools. Its award-winning products span an unmatched number of imaging technologies, so developers can get all the tools and support they need from a single vendor.
LEADTOOLS toolkits support more than 150 file formats, including raster and searchable PDF, TIFF, FAX, JPEG, JPEG2000, EXIF, PNG, GIF, Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM), and other popular formats. The toolkits also support image compression, image processing, document cleanup, optical character recognition (OCR), barcode, forms recognition and processing, color conversion, image display, annotations, scanning and capture, special effects, common dialogs, and printing.
“Our customers range from independent contractors to Fortune 500 corporations,” said Goodwin. “We offer low-level APIs for developers with specific needs as well as high-level, customizable frameworks that can be used to create full-featured applications in only a few days.”
LEADTOOLS Medical Imaging SDKs Save Time and Resources
The LEADTOOLS Medical Imaging SDK v17 is ideal for developing robust medical imaging applications. It features comprehensive DICOM dataset support, 8–16 bit extended grayscale imaging support, image annotation, specialized medical image processing, and specialized extended grayscale image display such as window-level and look-up table (LUT) support. It also supports lossless JPEG and JPEG2000 compression, as well as signed and unsigned image data processing.
.NET developers can use the SDK to add medical imaging technology to single- or multi-threaded applications. They can also take advantage of out-of-the-box tools and components for Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), ASP.NET, Silverlight, Windows Phone, C and C++ development. The SDK includes 32- and 64-binaries as well as many broad and functionally specific demo projects with source code for C, Visual C++, VB.NET and C#.