Pote Lee, Founder of the iGroup and LPixel form a Joint Venture for Image Analysis


(25 April 2016, Hong Kong) Mr. Pote Lee, founder of the iGroup (Asia Pacific) Ltd. is pleased to announce a joint venture with LPixel, the developer of groundbreaking image analysis technology and services with a special focus on image plagiarism.

The LPixel team has led the world as a pioneer of video and image analysis in the life sciences at the University of Tokyo, since 2000.

LPixel has a world best track record on the development of image processing software to meet the needs of researchers, publishers and others. The research image service detects image manipulation and plagiarism in research papers, as well as facilitating the analysis of plant growth, motion analysis and three dimensional image measurements.

“LPixel speeds up detection of image manipulation and plagiarism,” says Mr. Yuki Shimihara, CEO and Founder. “We also offer consulting, planning of the image capturing device, study of the shooting conditions, operation and maintenance of the software, and we create the reports.”

“This joint venture will open up iGroup’s global sales and marketing channels to bring LPixel’s image analysis and antiplagiarism services to a world-wide audience,” says Lee. “LPixel’s technology and services are leaders in their field and will continue to expand with iGroup support.”

LPixel, Inc.

The LPixel team being a pioneer of image analysis from its inception in 2000 at the University of Tokyo is now a world leader in its field.    To develop further its technologies and services, LPixel was incorporated in 2014.  It is led by Mr. Yuki Shimihara from the Graduate School of The University of Tokyo (Life Science). The LPixel website in Japanese and English is here: https://lpixel.net/.

Mr.Pote Lee, founder of the iGroup (Asia Pacific) Ltd.

Mr Pote Lee, a Bangkok based entrepreneur, is the Chairman of the iGroup (Asia Pacific) Ltd – a leading provider of research information resources and library technologies. From the mid 1980s, Lee has grown the iGroup into a multinational company with offices in sixteen countries. The iGroup also offers antiplagiarism solutions to academia and the publishing industry. Its website is here: http://igroupnet.com.

The English and Japanese version of this announcement is here.