Monitoring cell confluency over time reveals growth rate, viability, and even cell death, and is compatible with any cell type, from suspension to adherent.

Attachment to surfaces reflects functional processes such as membrane proteins interaction with extracellular matrix (ECM) or transmembrane osmolarity gradients.

The quantification of cell flatness, or the inverse of cell height, can help understand tissue organization, cell polarity, and cellular dynamics.

Real-time information on cell position at single-cell resolution enables measurement of motion, relevant to biological processes such as epithelial–mesenchymal transition (EMT) in cancer, wound healing, and repair in endothelial cells.

Integrity of cell sheet barrier and information on cell-cell interactions can reveal epithelial dysfunction.

Both extracellular network monitoring and intracellular capabilities. Our high-throughput electrophysiology not only enables functional cardiac measurement, but also neurological applications.