NEW YORK – Digital pathology firm Inspirata announced two deals Tuesday, one to market and distribute Mikroscan's digital pathology and telemicroscopy systems in the US, and one to partner with Augmentiqs to integrate its Dynamyx digital pathology workflow solution with augmented reality.
The non-exclusive distribution agreement with Mikroscan began on Feb. 29 and pairs Mikroscan's SL5 Dual-Mode Real Time Telemicroscopy and Digital Pathway systems and L5 Real-Time Telemicroscopy systems with Inspirata's Dynamyx case management software. The combo will be sold to hospitals and laboratories in need of oncology informatics, the company said.
The technical partnership between Inspirata and Augmentiqs will allow users to save images and metadata from the microscope workflow directly into the laboratory information management system and will give users the option to annotate slides.
Both deals are meant to help reduce turnaround times and digitize lab processes, the companies said.
Financial and other terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Last year, Inspirata entered into a technical partnership with DeePathology to enable use of the company's H. Pylori Decision Support System with Dynamyx.