Is it possible to print bones on a 3D printer? It will be possible soon.

The main goal of the cooperation between Softengi and ADAM was the development of the innovative and secure digital platform for keeping personal medical testing results in the specialized cloud storage. In case of emergency,  competent medical service providers could use the information from the platform for recovering damaged body parts and functions.

In other words,  the clients of the innovative biotech company ADAM receive a unique chance to back up their skeleton in case they will need restoration for further 3D printing. Revolutionary approach, isn’t it? 

A.D.A.M. addressed Softengi with the intent of the platform development for data preservation and usage, and we’ve managed to meet their needs and provide them with tangible results. 

Major Goals of the Development:

  • The major goal of the partnership with Softengi was the development of a cloud service and a user-friendly interface for storing personal medical testing results saved utilizing DICOM protocol (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine).DICOM data is to be processed and analyzed in a depersonalized manner for bone implants 3d printing technology testing and development.
User-friendly interface for medical images storing developed by Softengi
User-friendly interface for medical images storing developed by Softengi
  • Another important goal was the possibility to download data in DICOM format freely in order to process the information form these images. DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is the most common digital imaging format for medical images, and the platforms allow reading DICOM files for avatar visualization and secure store. 
  • Provide each ADAM user with the vision of his actual body backup in the form of an attractive virtual avatar in 3D. 
  • A third major goal concerned security, and it included compliance with GDPP, HIPPA regulations, and the “right to be forgotten.” Secure and GDPR-compliant storage of the information was another important goal of the project. ADAM also wanted to help its users to visualize data with the help of a body avatar in a web application to get an engaging overview of my medical data integrity. 
Virtual avatar for body parts visualization developed  by Softengi
Virtual avatar for body parts visualization

The Result of the Cooperation

Softengi developed an intuitive platform for the preservation of medical images and their visualization for further 3D printing of bone implants.

For users, ADAM platform is an intuitive web application built on the basis of ReactJS for frontend and Heroku for the backend.

Softengi implemented a number of architectural steps, such as privacy documents acquaintance and consent/denial procedures, TSL/SSL protocols implementation,  encryption of the sensitive information in order to meet the security requirements of the ADAM platform.  In the case of working with such sensitive information as medical information security comes first.

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