With the Zeiss Atlas 5, users can develop detailed multi-scale, multi-modal images with a sample-centric correlative setting. This system encompasses the capacity of field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM), ZEISS SEM or focused ion beam (FIB-SEM).
The Atlas 5 enables efficient navigation and correlation of images from any source, such as light microscopes and X-Ray microscopes.
Users can take full advantage of the automated large-area imaging and high throughput. The exclusive workflows provided will assist users to gather a complete insight into the sample. The modular structure of Atlas 5 allows users to tailor the system to suit daily requirements in life sciences or materials research.
- Nanoscale EM images can be obtained easier and faster than previously thought possible
- Large area imaging can be carried out with ZEISS FE-SEM, FIB-SEM and SEM
- Users can understand their samples by generating exclusive workflows
- Users can gain speed and accomplish precision in z when working a 3D Tomography with True-Z and Thin and Fast Tomography
- Images can be correlated in numerous dimensions from numerous sources
- Users get to work in a correlative workspace, with the graphical user interface (GUI) positioning the sample at the focal point of the workflow.
Acquire EM Images Easier and Faster than Ever Before
Easy-to-use, workflow-oriented GUI for automated imaging. Image Credit: Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
- Users can collect solo images over numerous samples, or cover huge areas with mosaics containing numerous adjacent images.
- Users can obtain large sets of three-dimensional (3D) or two-dimensional (2D) nanoscale electron microscope (EM) images for days or hours, without manual supervision.
- The Atlas 5 simplifies the automatic acquisition of images, using innovative preset and tailor-made protocols to create reproducible and consistent outcomes.
Correlate Images from Multiple Sources
- The Atlas 5 helps design a unified multi-modal, multi-scale image of the sample with the sample-centered workspace.
- The Atlas 5’s correlative workspace facilitates allows images to be combined from numerous sources. It is possible to zoom in from the complete macroscopic view of the sample down to nanoscale fine points.
- Users can efficiently examine and correlate images from many sources. The Atlas 5 is the data center for images from light microscopes, FIB-SEM, SEM, X-Ray and any optical images, such as from a digital camera.
Understand Your Sample by Creating Unique Workflows
Solide oxide electrolysis cell, changes after cycling, 3D tomogram, images and EDS data in 3D, ZEISS FIB-SEM, Atlas Analytics. Sample courtesy of: M.Cantoni, EPFL, CH. Image Credit: Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
- Workflows can be customized exactly to the complexity of an experiment, regardless of whether it is a standard one-step operation or a compound experiment.
- Helps users comprehend their sample completely, in 3D and 2D with the Atlas 5’s GUI.
- An advanced workflow setting helps users from setting up for automated acquisition and post-processing and tailored exports through to examination.