Digital Surf and Image Metrology announce MountainsSPIP 8 software

Press release: November 27, 2018 Besançon, France & Hørsholm, Denmark: Since SPM specialists Image Metrology and Digital Surf joined forces ...

SPIP is now MountainsSPIP™ 8

Since SPM specialists Image Metrology and Digital Surf joined forces a few years back, development teams from both companies have been working hard...

The story behind MountainsSPIP™

Digital Surf and Image Metrology joined forces in July 2014. In the run-up to the release of MountainsSPIP 8™, Christophe Mignot, Digital Surf CEO,...

Interview of Jan F. Jørgensen, founder and CEO of Image Metrology

Digital Surf and Image Metrology joined forces in July 2014. Image Metrology has been supplying SPIP™ data analysis software for scanning probe mic...

Particle analysis in Mountains® 8

Particle analysis has never been easier. Check out the video. Particle analysis is used in research and industry across many fields ranging from q...

5 reasons it may make sense to rent MountainsMap®

Investing in professional scientific software such as MountainsMap® for surface analysis and metrology can be a complex decision to make. Perhaps y...

Discover the story behind our new visual identity

We recently launched a new visual identity for Digital Surf and Mountains® software. So what's the story behind this new design? Watch the video ...

Mountains® software used in study on world’s oldest drawing

Nature, the International Journal of Science, recently revealed the discovery by an international team including scientists from the PACEA (CNRS/Un...

Welcome to our new website!

We are thrilled to unveil our brand new visual identity and new website. Our logo has been redesigned to reflect more accurately who we are ...

Mountains® 8: take your SEM image analysis to new heights

Mountains® 8 is on the horizon with features for scanning electron microscopy to be revealed this summer. But what exactly is the added value of us...

MountainsMap® in the classroom

Our readers may recall the winners of our 3D printing contest last fall who were none other than the fourth grade class at the Victory World Christ...

From the image folder of an AFM practitioner

Dr. Sergei Magonov is an experienced and respected figure in the world of atomic force microscopy (AFM). With over three decades of practice worki...

FocalSpec and Digital Surf launch FocalSpec Map

Finnish high-tech company FocalSpec, specializing in devices for fast surface measurement and on-line testing of challenging materials and shap...

Anton Paar launches Tosca™ Analysis for industrial AFM users

Following the recent launch of the Tosca™ 400 atomic force microscope, the leading scientific equipment manufacturing company Anton Paar announced ...

5 things to consider when using scale-sensitive fractal analysis

To mark the release of the new Scale-Sensitive Fractal Analysis optional module, now available to Mountains® software users, François Blateyron, Di...

TopoMAPS software

Researchers and engineers using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s revolutionary scanning electron microscopy (SEM) systems (including FEI Company) now hav...

3D printing contest, the winning samples chosen by you

When we launched our 3D printing contest back in September, we did not anticipate the sheer variety of examples that would be sent in by our users....

My first project with Mountainsmap®: one user’s experience

When using new software, getting started can be tricky. But did you know that MountainsMap® product users benefit from personalized assistance righ...

New video tutorial

Thanks to automatic object recognition, colorizing SEM images using Mountains® really is a straightforward exercise and will save you hours compare...

Bring your samples to life! New options for 3D printing

In recent years 3D printing has taken the world by storm and with the latest advances this technology is becoming more and more accessible to the g...

Surface parameters give clues to life in the middle stone age

Porc-Epic cave is located near Dire Dawa in eastern Ethiopia. It is home to the largest collection of ochre fragments ever discovered at a prehisto...

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