WipWare Designs and Manufactures Industry-leading Photoanalysis Software & Hardware
WipWare offers real-time analysis of materials in the field, laboratory, on-line production settings for underground and surface mining, quarries, aggregate production, forestry, coal industries and many more. We offer photoanalysis systems for conveyors, haulage trucks and site-specific locations.
Industry Leader in Optical Granulometry
Our Photoanalysis systems have helped companies world-wide save millions of dollars by preventing equipment down-time, improving productivity, enhancing personnel health & safety and optimizing processes.
How it Started
WipWare invented optical granulometry at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada with the creation of WIEP (Waterloo Image Enhancement Process), later renamed WipFrag. The commercial introduction of WipFrag in 1986 positioned the company as the industry leader in optical granulometry of fragmented material.
From DOS to iOS
Like other long-standing, industry-standard software packages, the WipFrag of today bears little resemblance to its primitive ancestor.
The original WipFrag was a command-line application that ran on DOS from floppy discs at a time when even importing a small image into a computer was a challenge. The latest version runs on iOS, Android and Windows to analyze images taken with an iPad, iPhone, Android device or imported from another camera device.
Meet Our Team
World’s Largest Supplier of Photoanalysis Equipment & Technology
WipWare pioneered the proprietary image-based particle size analysis software in 1986 and has continued to utilize advances in technology to deliver cutting edge products & results to its customers. We listen to our customers and design our products to meet their industry requirements.
“Because you can’t manage
what you can’t measure!”
This statement sums up our critical belief that if you don’t know your existing process performance, it is difficult to know how to improve it. WipWare’s photoanalysis systems offer companies in any industry the opportunity to collect detailed measurement of materials and make informed decisions.