Release 17.1.1 – Take Command!
In the newest release of Analyze, 17.1.1, we launch the first step of Analyze Command. Command allows integration of third party applications, and the automatic start and import of data to Analyze from external tools. Take command of your workflows!
For users of Face Recognition in Analyze CS, the new version includes a Face Recognition Manager making it possible to run the application on a selected number of cases. The release also includes workflow improvements in Face Recognition.
Last, but not least, Analyze 17.1.1 will become the basis of the next version of CAID. But we’ll hold on to the details for that a little while longer.
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Release of Analyze 23.0
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