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BleepaBox: remote image transfer

Rapidly transfer your DICOM and medical images securely from remote locations. Bleepa Box enables the upload of DICOM and JPEG images to Bleepa’s cloud PACS server, which can then be accessed on the Bleepa platform to share, annotate and discuss patient cases with colleagues from anywhere.

Transfer images from remote locations

  • Transfers DICOM studies and medical images with a secure, encrypted connection
  • A virtual private network (VPN) connection is not required
  • Share images with a 3G/4G wireless connection
  • Take jpg images and create DICOM compatible files to add to your PACS
  • Includes hardware and software ready to use in the field
  • Compatible with any PACS and can be used as a cloud PACS gateway

“Since we started using the BleepaBox at our hospital a few months ago, it has helped us with quicker TB screening and identification. Once the X-ray is done, it is scanned through the AI-linked platform,, which evaluates it and sends a structured report and medical grade images to the Bleepa clinician app on my mobile. I can check the report on my phone and give my opinion quickly. Through this technology, we have been able to save time and start early treatment for TB patients.”

Dr Nibedita Paramanik
Medical Director, Evangelical Hospital Khariar, Odisha

Point-of-care decision making

BleepaBox is a small tablet device that connects to imaging machines in order to securely push images to Bleepa over a mobile network from remote locations. Images are transferred from the imaging machine onto the BleepaBox then automatically pushed to Bleepa.

The clinician who acquired the images can then review them and can make onward referrals or start a conversation with a specialist for input on the case whilst still in the remote location.

BleepaBox enables imaging-led, point-of-care decision making in previously unreachable areas, with particular application in the veterinary and military services, as well as rural locations where remote analysis is needed.

Supporting TB screening programmes

The Evangelical Hospital Khariar in Odisha needed to share high-quality medical images rapidly to aid identification and treatment of tuberculosis (TB) among its patients.

By installing a BleepaBox to more efficiently transfer the digital images from the scanning equipment and then using Bleepa to securely share and communicate about those images with colleagues, it has been able to move patients more quickly through the diagnostic process.

Clinician reviewing scans on Bleepa