Software platform

Modular and comprehensive intelligent control platform that offers solutions that cover the life cycle of processes. The solutions allow to control diverse elements that provide benefits in the industrial and healthcare field.   
The platform is characterized by the following aspects:


  • Modularity: System based on common platform composed of configurable modules according to specific needs.

  • Accessibility: The central application and database reside in a local cloud. There are other alternatives available.

  • Scalability: The implementation of the modules and functionalities of the system can be carried out gradually as it is necessary to cover new operations or work areas. The system is designed to control small and large volumes of drives.

  • Flexibility: You can select the type of control device that best suits each operation.

  • Multi-screen (PC and PDAs) with alert system, support for multiple users and simple and friendly interface.

  • It supports multiple drive identification standards and supports Oracle and mSQL databases. You can act autonomously or connected to various information systems and medical equipment as needed.


It is a technology of encoding and taking data through the use of tags and devices that capture information for storage in a database.

There are two types of barcodes: 1D type and 2D type.

  • The 1D type are scanned by specific devices for the capture of barcodes in rectangular format and composed of series with vertical lines and number.

  • The 2D type, also called matrix type codes have multiple shapes, rectangular, hexagonal and instead of lines have pixelated shapes or point clouds.

Its reading is done by smartphones, PDAs, or any device that has a digital camera and a micro computer capable of containing the software of capturing the image of the code and decoding the data simultaneously. In the healthcare industry, barcodes are widely used in for the identification and traceability of biological products such as blood and its components, tissues as well as for medicines and pharmaceutical products marketed in pharmacies and distributed to medical and hospital centres.


It is a technology by which digital data is encoded in smart tags and captured by a reading device using radio waves. RFID is similar to the barcode in that the data captured by the reader is stored in a database.

However, RFID has advantages over the barcode among which stands out the ability to read the data of the RFID tag remotely and without being in sight, unlike in the case of a barcode reader that must be aligned and a short distance from the tag for data capture.

The use of RFID in the healthcare sector, in coexistence with barcodes, provide new capabilities to traditional identification and traceability systems and are the forefront of process control technology by blood and tissue banks, medical-hospital centers, laboratories and pharmaceutical industry


It is a wireless networking technology that allows the interaction with the Internet of computers (laptops and desktops), mobile devices (phones and PDAs) and other equipment (printers and video cameras).

It allows these machinery, and many others, to exchange information between them, creating a network between them. Internet connectivity occurs through a wireless router.

When wi-fi is accessed, the user connects to the wireless router that allows Wi-Fi-enabled computers to interact with the internet


Bluetooth is a radio frequency-based wireless technology that allows the transmission and reception of data between different devices located a short distance from each other.

For security reasons connected devices must be pre-coupled to each other, before the exchange of data.


EPC is the Electronic Product Code (based on the acronym in English) and is a new generation barcode standard.

An EPC contains a number that can be associated with specific information such as dates or locations. It is used in combination with radio labels.

The organization EPC Global is a non-profit organization that ensures standards in the identification industry and was born from the merger between EAN International and the Uniform Code Council of USA.

It is a global standard for the identification, labeling and transfer of information on medical products of human origin across disparate international borders and healthcare systems. 

Blood, cells, tissues, breast milk and organic products are identified and labeled using this standard.

Eurocodes are a series of European standards, of a voluntary nature, drafted by the European Committee for Standardisation and adopted by engineers and technology companies in matters of calculation, design and dimensioning of structures of different materials and applications.

HL7 stands for Health Level Seven and is a series of standards that facilitate the digital exchange of clinical information.

To do this, it uses a formal Unified Modeling Language (UML) notation and an extensible markup metalanguage (XML). HL7 International is a non-profit organization that develops HL7 standards for health.