A scalable and customizable platform enabling secure collection, integration, analysis, and sharing of data.
Maximizing the value of your data requires it to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR)
This is achieved not only through use of an interoperable and extensible system that supports integration and analysis across data modalities and locations but also an enabling policy and governance infrastructure that addresses regulatory and institutional requirements.
Maintain platform-level command and control through The Bridge, which enables configuration of major cross-platform functionalities including user management, data egress, provenance, forensic analysis, security, and compute allocations.
Indoc Research’s flagship open source data management platform available for deployment on the cloud, on-premise or as a hybrid.
Leverage Pilot’s modular zone-based architecture to build a customized platform based on your privacy, security, data integration, analytics, and data sharing requirements.
Ensure strict control over your most sensitive data by setting appropriate use and de-identification levels using The Greenroom, Pilot’s sensitive data landing zone module.
Provide your data users with access to all the solutions they need to generate insight from their data using The Canvas, the entry point to dashboards, workspaces, code repositories, and other tools.
Pilot is available in three principal formats:
Pilot for Organizations
An institutionally deployed instance of Pilot (on the cloud, on-premise or as a hybrid) that services the needs of large groups of researchers, analysts and collaborators that operate within a single organization.
Pilot as a Network
A network of interconnected instances of Pilot covering multiple organizations and jurisdictions. Pilot as a network allows for seamless sharing of data, storage and compute between the different nodes and is aimed at supporting multi-institution collaboration and data partnership.
Pilot as a Service
Management and operations of data platforms can be time and resource intensive. Pilot as a service is oriented towards teams that want to focus on using a platform rather than maintaining it.