The digital pathology users can access on-demand digital pathology by using 120-slide WSI scanner. It will be provided through a monthly subscription model.

With an option of a 20x or 40x objective lens, the 120-slide high resolution scanner allows high speed scanning of whole slide images.

OptraScan scanner can handle high volume applications such as QA, routine manual analysis, clinical research and drug development.

The company is also providing image management system ImagePath, telepathology TelePath, on-demand image analysis OPtassays to serve digital pathology customers.

OptraScan founder and CEO Abhi Gholap said: “New and routine digital pathology users now have a choice to acquire a high throughput WSI scanner through an affordable monthly subscription model, versus an expensive capital equipment purchase.

“In addition to a reliable high-throughput WSI scanner, our On-Demand clients will also receive complimentary scanner service and support at no additional cost, reinforcing the affordability of OptraScan On-Demand Digital Pathology.”

In March, the Government of India Enterprise’s Biotechnology Research wing has selected Optra Scan digital pathology system for its 10,000 patient study.

The study has been designed to enhance diagnostics techniques and improve treatment options through the adoption of innovative technologies.

To support the study, Optra Scan system will be installed for automated digital pathology in over nine large institutions across India, including hospitals and laboratories.