The Virtual Mobile Laboratory (VML) is an advanced database management and analysis platform for collaborative medical cases analysis. It is built with scalability and security from the ground up, offering all the benefits that come with cloud architecture, big data analysis, and remote accessibility.
Our Platform Solution
The VMLpro platform offers a comprehensive set of powerful tools for the remote review and management of medical data including EEG, MRI, and CT scans and others. Various kinds of formats are supported to make medical data legible, structured, and accessible for all involved health care professionals.
VMLpro improves communication and collaboration between family physicians and their multidisciplinary specialist consulting partners. Medical cases can easily be shared remotely within groups of healthcare partners and the collaboration tools enhance fast secure real-time communication.
The VMLpro infrastructure offers a multi-layered data protection scheme that ensures complete data security in line with Swiss law, with GDPR compliance, data encryption on local Swiss servers, encrypted data storage, and SSL tunneled communication.
- Latest technologies from Swisscom and Amazon Web Services
- Decoupled and distributed: no single point of failure load balancing to handle growing users / databases
- Disposable analysis servers (Spark on EC2)
- On demand platform scaling with improved cost-efficiency
- EDF, TRC , .e and NXE data formats supported
- JSON / REST API
- Supports Android, iOS and web clients
- GDPR compliance
- SSL communication between clients and servers
- Encrypted user repository (at rest and in transit)
- Multi-tenant access privilege
- Fully audited API calls
- AWS firewalls protect database and analysis servers
- Multi-factor authentication
- Centralised error logs via Papertrail
- Help desk for bugs, issues and requests within 24 hours
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Partner with us
If you are interested in using VMLpro in your own clinical environment, research or in the development of other applications, please get in touch.
Chief Scientist, Institute of Biomedical Engineering,
Imperial College, London