This portal is your gateway to utilizing the iSyntax image format by downloading the Philips Pathology SDK and provides support and related documentation.
Around the world, digital pathology is unchaining pathologists from their (physical) labs, allowing them now to practice anatomic pathology anywhere, independent of the physical location of the biopsy, the glass slide, an the patient. The tremendous acceleration of digital pathology coincides with a rapid increase in the capabilities as well as the applications of artificial intelligence.
Since inception of the digital pathology business more than 10 years ago, Philips invested heavily to create a solution for large-scale primary diagnostics use. Nowadays, Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution (PIPS) has obtained market access as IVD for primary diagnosis in approx. 50 countries, such as EEA (European Economic Area), USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and other countries in Asia, Middle East and South America. As of 2018, PIPS has been used to digitize more than 16 million slides worldwide, ranging from global multi-site networked reference labs to comprehensive single site installations at hospital labs.
Philips is committed to an open pathology platform, enabling pathologists and researchers to unlock the power of digital pathology using Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution. On this portal, you will find resources and information around our Open Platform.