As a part of the innovative optical-scanning diagnostic platform designed for assessment of biomechanical properties of the eye.
Intelon Optics, a medical device company, focuses on the next-gen technology that allows point-by-point assessment and diagnosis of biomechanical properties of ocular tissues, such as cornea, sclera and lens.
Our partnership with Intelon Optics started shortly after the launch of their sophisticated project. EffectiveSoft mission was to fully develop the Instrument Console – a core of the BOSSTM optical-scanning diagnostic platform. The console receives eye scans from a special controller-device and presents biomechanical measurements within different patterns.
Since the solution is based on the extended Brillouin technique and is intended to eyecare practioners around the world, there was a set of rather strict requirements related to administering, scalability and measurements accuracy.
We developed the front- and back-end parts of the Instrument Console from the ground up based on provided functional requirements and wireframes created by our designer. The console functions as a multi-tier solution with fast TCP/IP XML serialized socket data exchange between instrumental/algorithmic and business tiers. Integration of tiers is implemented locally and abroad. HIPAA-compliant features are based on a strict data access model including user/group/role/permission mapping and “tenanted” data access. This means that operators are allowed to see only the data they need for performing their immediate tasks. All the data is encrypted by using the RSA algorithm.