THE OCUS® SCANNERS

The world's most practical microscope scanners for digital pathology

The Ocus® microscope slide scanners are designed and built for affordable telepathology. We challenge the traditional microscopy used in pathology by replacing conventional high magnification microscopes with high-tech – yet easy to use – microscope scanners that digitise glass slides into high-quality images which can be shared around the world in an instant.

Unlike traditional pathology microscopes, our microscope scanners do not come with interchangeable objectives or rotating nosepieces with multiple objectives. The objectives are fixed to ensure a sturdy structure, which makes our scanners basically maintenance-free, but also portable like nothing else: they’re easy to move around in the lab or, if needed, even take them with you as a carry-on item.

Both of the Ocus® series microscope scanners are single slide whole slide scanners (WSI scanners) optimised for their specific tasks, but one each masters a broad spectrum of pathology work. Contact us for assistance on which Ocus® model suits your requirements, wishes and workflow best.

Whether you need a reliable imaging component for a system of networked clinics or if you just need to make scanning slides effortless in your lab, Grundium has a solution for you. Small, fast and sharp, an Ocus® scanner is a powerful tool, helping medical professionals around the world provide their patients a professional diagnosis quicker.

  • CAN BE USED REMOTELY

    CAN BE USED REMOTELY

  • EXCELLENT IMAGE QUALITY

    EXCELLENT IMAGE QUALITY

  • ATTRACTIVE PRICE

    ATTRACTIVE PRICE

  • SMALL FOOTPRINT

    SMALL FOOTPRINT

  • VERY EASY TO USE

    VERY EASY TO USE

  • WORKS WITH ANY DEVICE

    WORKS WITH ANY DEVICE

THE OCUS SERIES

Grundium Ocus®40

Grundium Ocus®40

The Ocus®40 with its patented optics is designed to scan images at very high image resolution. This makes it suitable for a wide range of applications. The Ocus®40 is your immediately available do-it-all microscope and scanning companion in the lab. The Ocus®40 is ready for integration in pathology systems with centralised analysis of samples.

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See the OCUS® portable digital microscope scanner in action – request your free personal online live demo now. A Grundium expert will contact you personally to schedule a suitable 30-minute demo time for you. In the demo we will answer all your questions about which Ocus® scanner fits your needs best, we will talk pricing, share stories about how others are using the scanners, and help you fast forward the digital pathology experience in your lab.

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  • CAN BE USED REMOTELY

    Share a scanned image or even the whole user interface of an Ocus® scanner – great for second opinion, collaboration or educational purposes.

  • EXCELLENT IMAGE QUALITY

    Grundium’s patented image processing system and state-of-the-art optical design makes the sharpest images in the business.

  • ATTRACTIVE PRICE

    Only a fraction of the cost of a high-capacity multislide system. Our scanners are affordable even for smaller labs and clinics. No monthly fees, no hidden costs.

  • SMALL FOOTPRINT

    The Ocus® scanners are so small in size (18 x 18 x 18 cm/8 x 8 x 8”) they’ll find a place in any lab. They also travel swiftly within the hospital or around the world.

  • VERY EASY TO USE

    The Ocus® scanners are so easy to use anybody learn to operate one in just 15 minutes. The browser-based user interface is intuitive and super simple to use.

  • WORKS WITH ANY DEVICE

    There is no need to assign a dedicated computer to an Ocus® scanner. It can be operated with a computer or a tablet – even a smartphone will do.

Quotes
Grundium will be a disruptive solution that would put a scanning microscope on every pathologists table and in every operating room, thus eliminating the location restrictions related to current stationary scanners. It will have a huge effect on improving pathology workflows here in USA and globally.
— Dr. Yukako Yagi
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, USA 
Digital Pathology Engineer