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1. (WO2018050247) CONTROLLING CLOUD-BASED IMAGE PROCESSING BY ASSURING DATA CONFIDENTIALITY

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/050247    International Application No.:    PCT/EP2016/072039
Publication Date: Fri Mar 23 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Sat Sep 17 01:59:59 CEST 2016
IPC: G06F 3/0488
A61B 5/00
G06F 19/00
Applicants: SIEMENS HEALTHCARE GMBH
Inventors: GRÜMER, Fabian
RANGAPURA SHETTAPPA, Chandrashekara
Title: CONTROLLING CLOUD-BASED IMAGE PROCESSING BY ASSURING DATA CONFIDENTIALITY
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a method and system for gesture support system for controlling a cloud-based image processing application, comprising: - An extended touch screen device (10) on the client's side for receiving user input configurations for processing the medical image data - A DICOM Appliance (20) on a client's side with ⋅ a receiver (21), which is adapted for accessing or receiving the medical image data from a storage (S) and ⋅ with an uploader client (22), which is adapted for segregating PHI-data and non-confidential image data and wherein the uploader client (22) is further adapted for encrypting PHI-data and sending a data package, consisting of encrypted PHI-data and non-confidential image data from the uploader client (22) to a cloud server (100) - The cloud server (100) which is adapted for processing the medical image data, received from the uploader client (22), comprising: ⋅ an uploader service (12), which is adapted to receive the data package form the uploader client (22) and to decrypt the received data package ⋅ a gesture reception unit (11) which is adapted to receive user-specific gesture signals from the extended touch screen device (10) ⋅ a mapping unit (14) which is adapted to map the received user-specific gesture signals to standard gestures and to provide the standard gestures to the cloud server (100) for generating control instructions for the image processing application ⋅ A processing unit (15) for processing the received image data by applying the control instructions relating to the received user-specific gesture signals