OPTOLANE uses Trustonic protection in new diagnostic devices

OPTOLANE uses Trustonic protection in new diagnostic devices

OPTOLANE has chosen Trustonic’s Secured Platform (TSP) for security and trust in its new connected medical diagnostic device.
By eeNews Europe


OPTOLANE’s new device has been developed to be used at the point-of-care for early diagnosis and preventative healthcare, particularly for diagnosing cancer, infectious diseases and congenital abnormalities. It is based on Nexell’s SoC platform, which integrates Trustonic’s Trusted Execution Environment (TEE). The in vitro diagnostic (IVD) platform is called LOAA (Lab on an Array) Analyzer. It is designed to examine blood and tissue samples for multiple targets, including DNA, RNA, proteins and metabolites, in real-time. It was developed to satisfy market demand for ‘sample to answer’ IVD tools and enables sample extraction through to analysis with a single cartridge.

Trustonic’s hardware-backed security platform, TSP, allows secure and private data extraction, processing, storage and transmission. The technology provides a secure image processing channel from the sensor to the application processor, as well as cryptographic tools to protect sensitive medical data, ensures data integrity, creates a secure environment to run algorithms analyzing raw data from the sensor and encrypts sensitive data when being shared with the cloud.

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