Following the official launch yesterday by the Gemological Institute of America of its new Cut Grading System, Sarin Technologies said that it has released upgraded versions of its DiaVision software for grading and re-cutting polished diamonds and its Advisor software for planning rough diamonds. The products are now equipped to serve as technological support tools for the GIA Cut Grading System.
“We have invested many years of work in ensuring that the new GIA cut grading system is properly incorporated in our products,” said Sarin CEO Zeev Leshem.
To help educate the trade about the technology supporting the new GIA Cut Grading System and to provide information about how members of diamond industry can incorporate the GIA Cut Grade into their decision-making strategies, Sarin, in cooperation with GIA, will conduct a series of special seminars in all major jewelry and gemstone centers during August, September, and October. They include Ramat Gan, Israel; Moscow; Antwerp; Hong Kong; Tokyo; New York; and Mumbai. Interested parties may contact Sarin’s local offices for further details on seminar locations and times.
Sarin Technologies develops and manufactures advanced planning, evaluation, and measurement systems for diamond and gemstone production.