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What is Simplicity?

Simplicity is the art of keeping everything that can be controlled for a user, simple. Simplicity is the reverse of complexity.

Simplicity means having intuitive interfaces, not training certificates. It means pressing go rather than worrying you selected the correct options. It means getting the most out of technology by doing the least.

Simplicity means spending time on the right things, not wasting time because of poor product design.

Train in a day

A user should complete training on an intuitive product. Simplify your approach, because understanding your data should feel as intuitive as the click of a button.

Set Up a Scan in Minutes

1. Open door

2. Add well

3. Close door

4. Select a well to check image quality

5. Alter exposure times

6. Select full scan or individual wells

7. Preview scan if you want to

8. Scan

Control the controls


Adjust exposure time as needed


Get a quick snapshot or scan for full data

Target Well Selection

Select the well you want to see

Pseudo or Greyscale

Find markers or just checking morphology

Part of the Araceli Biosciences design philosophy is to ensure only what is needed is included.

Unlike others we don't need to provide controls to trade between the classic compromises in high content. Speed, coverage and resolution.

When you maximize your well coverage in 10 minutes why would you need more controls?

With Endeavor you are in control with less controls to worry about.

Deep Learning - Analysis

Deep learning-based analysis makes segmentation of even the toughest samples without need for dozens of parameters to be set.

Trained analysis means segmentation is achieved irrespective of experimental variation and phenotype, reducing the need to alter or interrupt analysis between wells or plates.

Overall, AI based analysis requires less set up and iteration time than classical intensity-based approaches whilst delivering more robust data to help you make better decisions.