Sharing diagnostic results
cases anytime, anywhere
Reducing physician travel
of pathology specimens
Promoting medical digitization
by building databases
No initial cost
to install equipment
the Internet environment
Our original high-speed
viewer makes it easy
to share cases
Want to reduce
to remote areas?
Frequent travel of pathologists
to remote locations
is a heavy workload
that needs to be eliminated…
Want to reduce
of diagnosing alone?
Since there is only one pathologist,
the workload is heavy.
Consulting with other facilities
would be time-consuming…
Want to create virtual
that can be
shared and viewed
from any location?
The workloads of pathologists,
including specimen management
and double-checking of pathological
diagnoses, continue to increase...
PidPort offers effective solutions
for the following.
Virtual slides and case information can be securely stored,
managed, and retrieved in the cloud, and capacity can be
The original high-speed web viewer with excellent visibility
and operability allows you to comfortably view images
and supports consultation with other facilities
and remote pathology diagnosis.
Highly accurate pathology AI, developed independently using supercomputers, instantly presents image analysis of tissues and cells.
The original high-speed web viewer is included as a standard feature for comfortable use.
Allows interactive comment entry to support remote pathology diagnosis and consultation.
Users can use drawing tools to write illustrations and annotations (memos) on images and share them with other users.
Pathological images and case data can be uploaded in bulk.
Tagging of case folders is possible, and searches can be performed by tag.
PDF data related to the case can be attached, and virtual slides and PDF documents can be viewed.
Other functions are planned to be developed and installed in the future.
By establishing a strong network with group hospitals and affiliated hospitals, we will reduce the burden on pathologists and make pathological diagnosis more efficient.
PidPort will make it easier to hold and participate in conferences from home or other remote locations.
By creating an environment in which many students can simultaneously observe the same pathology specimen using virtual slides, a great learning effect can be expected.
If you are interested in PidPort, please contact us using the Contact Form.
Our representatives will carefully explain and follow up with you
so that you can comfortably use the system in your daily work.
We will propose a plan for you to use it in an optimal way.
You can easily create a PidPort account with just an email address, upload your virtual slides, and start using it immediately.
Pathology AI can determine the tissues of the stomach, colon, breast, lung, and pancreas, as well as the cells determination of the uterine cervix, and we are conducting research and development on other organs and cases.
If you have any questions,
please feel free to contact us using
the Contact Form.
The system can be used immediately as long as an Internet connection is available. No software installation is required.
As for the connection between the systems, we are considering functional developments in the future. Please contact us for details.
The recommended environment is as follows:
・Browser: Google Chrome
*Other recommended browsers: Firefox, Safari
*Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are not recommended.
・Operation System: Windows and Mac are both supported.
・Memory: 4GB or more is recommended.
File formats supported are JPEG, TIFF, SVS (Leica), and NDPI (Hamamatsu).
Please do not hesitate to contact us using the Contact Form.
Data is stored in AWS and Auth0 is used for authentication. We have encrypted communication and take all possible measures to prevent unauthorized logins and monitor for detection and tracking.
If you would like a demonstration or trial in advance, please feel free to contact us using the Contact Form.
PidPort is used at the International University of Health and Welfare, Japan. For more details, please see the article on our official blog titled “[Special Interview] Case Study of Installation at International University of Health and Welfare—Use of PidPort for Lectures for Students”.