In short: no.
The longer version: no, all recorded biosignals are handled locally without any of them being uploaded to PLUX servers or clouds.
At PLUX, we understand the significance of data privacy and security, especially when it comes to sensitive biosignals.
This support article outlines our approach to handling recorded biosignals, emphasizing our commitment to maintaining the confidentiality and control of your personal information.
On-Device & Local Storage
To ensure utmost privacy, all biosignals recorded by our devices are stored solely on your acquisition device (smartphone, tablet, computer) for acquisitions via Bluetooth or on the PLUX device itself, in case of offline acquisitions onto the internal memory. This applies for both the use of our Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and our OpenSignals Desktop and Android software.
We do not upload any biosignals data to our servers at any time – all data is stored on your own local devices and you have full control of how to manage this data.
Our OpenSignals Desktop software connects for 2 reasons to our servers: 1. to validate any software add-ons license and 2. to check for and download updates. During these connections, no biosignals data are shared at any moment.
OpenSignals also support the integration of third-party cloud storage software, being Google Drive and Dropbox. These integrations allow you to connect your own accounts to OpenSignals, so that your recently acquired biosignals can be uploaded directly to your Google Drive or Dropbox account.
No biosignals data are shared at any moment with PLUX servers or PLUX Google Drive or Dropbox accounts.