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Accusoft Releases AIMTools Mobile Toolkit
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Written by Jenny Curtis   
Thursday, 11 August 2011

 

Accusoft Pegasus, the provider of imaging software development kits, has announced a new mobile imaging SDK, AIMTools.

The software development kit supports viewing up to 16-bit Lossless JPEG and JPEG 2000 images on Android and iOS devices, and TIFF images on iOS.

AIMTools is the first SDK supporting Lossless JPEG and JPEG 2000 on Android and iOS. With AIMTools, medical professionals can retrieve and download medical images on an iPad, iPhone or Android, and also consult on their mobile device at their patients' bedside. In addition, they can share detailed images via a mobile device, and access medical records from mobile applications.

"We released our first version of AIMTools in June and immediately started to get feedback from our customers on additional features they needed for their medical viewing apps," said Steve Wilson, Product Group Director at Accusoft Pegasus. "Our team was able to quickly respond and add the new file format support and image functionality our customers needed."

With AIMTools, software developers can create mobile applications with capabilities for viewing up to 16-bit grayscale images, with better control over the output of image data than they have with the JPEG library of the mobile operating system. The SDK allows for large images to be decompressed to their optimal display size. Applications that use AIMTools can view scanned document images stored in lossless formats in order to preserve image detail.


For more information on AIMTools, please go to http://www.accusoft.com/aimtools.htm.

 

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