The OS-Ultra 320, which is claimed to be the world’s first high-speed digital pathology scanner, has the potential to scan tissues/cells of size 15×15 mm area at 40x magnification within 60 seconds.
Featuring no-touch continuous loading operation, the new digital pathology scanner will help minimise workflow errors and scale-up pathology laboratory operations.
The technical specifications of the new digital pathology scanner include an advanced interface with fully automated walk-away acquisition. It uses LED as light source and real-time auto focus as focusing technique.
OptraSCAN’s new scanner features workflow software application, TELEPath application and image analysis suite for breast, prostate, brain, renal and lung.
OptraSCAN founder Abhi Gholap said: “We are disrupting digital transformation of Pathology and Cytology through affordability.
“With our 15-slide scanner getting tremendous traction for small laboratories, we are happy to launch our high performance 320 slide scanning device at an economical pricing as a complete solution to scan-store-analyze-share the cases.”
OptraSCAN focuses on offering fully integrated solutions to enhance the performance of pathology services. The company offers CE-marked whole slide scanners for IVD applications.
The company’s end-to-end digital pathology solution enables to efficiently acquire whole slide images, viewing, storing, real-time sharing, reporting and AI & ML based Image analysis solutions through On-Demand or outright purchase model.