MicroDimensions, Munich, has launched a new version of its high-precision whole slide alignment software, Slidematch. Users can now align digital whole slide images from consecutive sections in brightfield and fluorescence mode, as used in the evaluation of HER2 status for cancer patients. According to the company, Slidematch can perform the alignment of digital slides at a very high precision, limited only by the resolution of the scanner. An import wizard enables users to load images in formats from different vendors and in different resolutions in the same batch. The new version also supports the import of images in proprietary formats from Olympus, PerkinElmer, and Roche-Ventana. The images can be stored as an aligned image series in the .svs, .tif, or .ims formats for viewing or automated image analysis. For more information, visit MicroDimensions.