RETINA

Deep Learning Image Analytics Application

A Powerful Tool for Image Analytics and Model Management

Streamline your imaging workflow with Retina’s deep learning image analytics and model management application. Retina offers a wide range of deep learning tasks throughout the imaging pipeline, including model management, dataset curation, image annotations, preprocessing pipelines, model training and inferencing, and model deployment. Built on top of the Layar data fabric architecture, users can derive insights from their images in the cloud or on-prem, making this an attractive solution for companies working with multiple imaging sites and collaborators.

Learn more about how Retina can simplify the way you develop models for deep learning image analytics within your organization.

Data Preprocessing

Prepare Images for Machine Learning Tasks

Normalization & Augmentation

Retina provides a built-in augmentation library for image modification to enhance deep learning model training accuracy. Reduce artifacts and accentuate natural features in an image to improve precision further down the pipeline. Retina can also facilitate de-identification tasks, such as blurring, censoring, or redaction of sensitive information embedded in images.

Diverse Sampling and Tiling Strategies

Optimize deep learning models with tiling and Multi-Instance Learning techniques to minimize network/memory footprint and facilitate training on large images like whole slide images (WSI) for pathology.

Image Annotation

Designated Space For Your Team of Experts to Label Images

Clinicians and domain-experts can further annotate images with tags specific to the project for a deeper understanding of the image contents. Have your team of pathologists review a series of whole-slide images to identify potentially cancerous tumor samples, and this metadata can be utilized to facilitate information retrieval or to develop deep learning models.

Image Classification

Deep Learning Models for Image Classification Tasks

Annotate and assign labels to input images using Retina’s image classification pipeline. There are several classification use cases, including the prediction of malignancy in tissue sample images, or the classification of crystal morphology (ie. hexagonal, granular, etc.) for pharmaceutical quality control.

Diverse Image Format Compatibility

Compatible with an life science data type portfolio.

Vyasa technology is compatible with a diverse number of image file types, including but not limited to file formats commonly used in medical imagery and microscopy. We’ve included a number of standards as well as the most common proprietary formats, to offer simplicity in the upload and processing steps of the pipeline.

Aperio
Hamamatsu
Leica
Mirax
Zeiss
Philips
Sakura
Trestle
Ventana
Zeiss

Model Management Dashboard

A High Level View of Models in Testing & Deployment

Manage, analyze, and store model metadata within a dashboard, for easy deployment. Deploy your models to decentralized sites and maintain oversight of their performance with scheduled health checks and quality control metrics.

Dynamic Compute Technology

Greater Efficiency With CPU/GPU Parallelization

Retina automatically detects the amount of compute power required and can smartly switch between GPU and CPU hardware as needed. Users can train multiple models in parallel across several GPU instances, and we will work with you to create an efficient parallelization strategy for your imaging tasks.

Use Cases

Breast Cancer Detection

Detection of breast cancer on screening mammography is challenging as an image classification task because cancerous tissue only represents a small portion of the tissue in the image. Retina rises to the challenge with localized tiling to deliver state of the art results.

Support

Deep Learning Image Analytics Application

An image analytics application that offers a wide range of deep learning image-related tasks, including management, annotation and deep learning analytics on images.

Find more support in our help center about:

  • The Basics of Retina
  • Creating a Classification Project
  • Annotating Images in Retina