The most Sophisticated Range of Plant Phenomics Screening Instrumentation Currently Available!
With over 20 years’ experience of designing instrumentation for plant imaging Qubit Systems is now at the forefront of phenomic screening. Our team of plant scientists has spent decades dedicated to the study of plant responses to abiotic and abiotic stresses. Our FluorCam system for chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics imaging, so vital in stress screening, was the first commercial instrument of its type and is used in universities and research facilities around the world. Our expertise in imaging, together with our LED lighting systems, environmental control systems, and skills in robotics, have led to the development of the most sophisticated range of plant phenomics screening instrumentation currently available.
The Australian National University, The CSIRO Plant Phenomics Centre in Canberra, the International Rice Research Institute, Monsanto Corporation, BASF, Pioneer-Dupont are just some of the research institutes, plant biotechnology companies and universities that have partnered with Qubit Systems to deliver imaging systems on time and on budget. We understand that the key to delivering a quality product that exactly meets your needs is crafted at the initial stages of project development. Without cost to your organization Qubit’s team will review your requirements, project plan and budget free of charge and provide our expert opinion without obligation.
Solutions as Innovative as your Project
Contact us if your inventive project requires an inventive approach to screening; you’ll find that we can offer solutions you may not have considered possible. Our confidential collaborations have led to the development of unique imaging technologies that have overcome the limitations of other systems. We are constantly improving upon the capabilities of our screening systems by adding, for example, a novel system for rapid 3D reconstruction of plants. We have even designed a submersible phenomics screening system for studying plants in flooded environments.