Explore the Versatile Use Cases of Ocus® Scanners

Explore the multifaceted applications of Ocus scanners in digital pathology solutions, enhancing intraoperative decisions with frozen sections and enabling global collaboration through second opinion consultations. These scanners also advance research and education with superior image quality and integrate smoothly with existing software solutions, broadening their impact across medical and scientific fields.

Discover how Ocus scanners revolutionize practices and foster innovation in diverse settings:

Improve your intraoperative frozen section workflow with Ocus®20

Are you tired of wasting your valuable time traveling between locations or waiting near the operating room for the samples? Would you prefer to be able to get a second opinion from your colleague in challenging cases even intraoperatively?


Want to say goodbye to the cumbersome process of mailing slides or waiting for courier services?

With an Ocus® scanner at their fingertips, our customers instantly share high-resolution images with colleagues for consults, regardless of their geographical location.


Welcome to the next generation of microscopy, where Ocus scanners redefine the boundaries of research and education in the digital age. With our state-of-the-art Ocus scanners, experience unparalleled clarity, efficiency, and versatility in every scan.

Discover how our scanners can transform your work, making digital pathology accessible and impactful for researchers and educators alike.

Want to see the Ocus® scanners in action?

We'll gladly show you in an online demo!
A Grundium expert will arrange a 30-minute session tailored to your schedule. During the demo, we'll discuss the best Ocus® scanner for your needs, introduce you to our pricing, share user stories, and guide you on enhancing your lab's digital pathology journey.
Ocus40 microscope slide scanner held in hand

What our customers say

The Philips IntelliSite Digital Pathology Solution has the capabilities to upload, view and annotate the images produced from the Grundium scanner. Zooming and panning is really fast, even when the images are physically stored on a server in the Netherlands and I’m viewing the images from a workstation in Sweden.
Fabio Papadia, Philips

Fabio Papadia

Business Development Manager Nordics,
Digital and Computational Pathology
With the Grundium Ocus enabled telepathology we can provide better service to our customers, the hospitals. For the hospitals the process doesn’t change, but they benefit from Fimlab working faster and more accurately with digital pathology.
Teppo Haapaniemi, Fimlab

Teppo Haapaniemi

Medical Cell Biologist, Pathology
Not only has Grundium created something unique in the market with your beautifully designed small-footprint scanner, but you also have a super technical team that can work really close together to make the whole solution seamless and is willing to invest themselves in making something new. It’s super unique in the world to have everything from the region of interest, focus layers, depth of field and the whole experience totally integrated.
Ben Cahoon, CEO, Techcyte

Ben Cahoon

Techcyte Inc.
The Ocus scanner is small and produces very sharp images fast. It is a vital instrument in field use in organ procurement. Its unparalleled portability helps save lives.
W. Scott Rombach, CEO, Specialist Direct

W. Scott Rombach

Specialist Direct, Inc.
We have excellent images with the Ocus and I couldn’t be happier to have this little helper on my desk here. I use it mainly as a microscope, to be honest, but of course, scan my slides as well. It has really helped me so much.
Julia Cara Thierauf, Massachusetts General Hospital

Julia Cara Thierauf

Research Fellow in Pathology (EXT)
Massachusetts General Hospital