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4Deep inwater imaging CEO, Dr. Stephen Jones has presented a talk “Advancing wine quality monitoring by using 4Deep technology – pushing towards immediate wine release” at South Africa Wine Lab Symposium in Cape Town SA. 4Deep FilterScan scanning holographic microscope reduces the time for yeast...

Please note our new address: 4Deep inwater imaging 71 Appaloosa Run Hammonds Plains, NS B4B 0G2 All other contact information, including emails and phone numbers remain the same....

Our Deep News newsletter for January 2019 [PDF] has been published. See it in the archives or subscribe to receive newsletter in your inbox....

We are pleased to announce software release 2.2.0 with multiple bug fixes and performance improvements; including a very substantial performance increase in the deep neural network image classifier in our Stingray software. For the first time software release also includes updated Jellyfish software for our...

We were mentioned this week in the Chronicle Herald, as part of our participation in the ScaleUp Hub program in Cambridge. Check it out here: http://thechronicleherald.ca/business/1591316-entrevestor-n.s.organizers-aim-to-repeat-scale-up-hub...

Check out this podcast about our company and technology! Thanks to NSBI for releasing it ahead of the MIT Startup Spotlight next week in Boston! http://www.mitforumcambridge.org/2018/05/podcast-a-deep-dive-discovering-the-potential-of-holographic-technology-with-4deep-in-water-imaging/...

We're so thrilled to have been selected for the MIT Startup Spotlight on Tuesday June 12th in Boston, at the District Hall! We'll be demonstrating our HoloSea, for in-situ water monitoring (ocean, lake, ballast water, municipal waters) and our newest product, the FilterScan, developed for yeast...

Our newest HoloSea S7 has the: fastest frame rate at 22 fps, of commercial submersible holographic microscopes on the market (collect 1 L of water in less than 8 minutes) a better internal heat sink new mechanical window design ability to be deployed to 5 km...