DigiFlow has represented the main product for Dalziel Research Partners since 2002, when the earlier DigImage was withdrawn from sale.
Although originally released to the research community (through Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants) in 1992, a number of internationally leading laboratories continue to use DigImage.
A rapidly increasing number of laboratories are now using DigiFlow to meet some or all of their needs for experimental diagnostics. With over 200 users world wide, DigiFlow offers great flexibility combined with ease of use. Even with the 'free' licences for an entry level system, the functionality provided by DigiFlow exceeds that of most commercial systems. However, a 'commercial' licence is required to access the full power of DigiFlow.