Infors HT released a new software to optimize planning, control and analysis of bioprocesses

The Bioprocess Platform Software

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  •  Infor-HT new platform for Big Data in bioprocesses

eve is more than just a software program for planning, control and analysis of your bioprocesses. eve® integrates workflows, devices, bioprocess knowledge and big data in one platform that allows you web-based organization of your bioprocesses.

Due to its modular design, eve® is equally suitable for users in research and industry. It offers various extension packages which can be combined according to the user requirements: Plan & Control, User Management & Reporting, and new a package for software validation within GMP processes.

Since any number of bioreactors and shakers and analyzers can be connected, projects of any complexity can be conducted with eve®

eve covers every aspect of a bioprocess, with a straightforward user navigation system that keeps the workflow on hand at all times. The workflow integrates all of the experimental requirements, from project, experiment and batch planning to resource administration and analysis of the results.
Its integrated, expandable libraries organize information about process data, organisms, media, soft sensors and formulations.

Because eve® is web-based, your bioprocess data are available for you right from a browser, ending your dependence on operating systems—one central installation is all you need. After the start-up of the computer eve® is ready to go for as long as the computer is running. The bioprocess will be recorded in the background, even if no user is logged in.

eve is the platform for big data in bioprocesses. It uses cutting-edge NoSQL technology instead of traditional SQL. The software also uses ElasticSearch, a powerful tool for analysing huge amounts of data in milliseconds.

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