HighRes Biosolutions Software Solutions

Integration for every use case, including Order Management, Inventory Management, Data Management, and Lab Assistants.

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Order Management

Order Management is the process of requesting work to be done from an external system and tracking its progress and results. It is quite common in labs that an upstream system will be requesting work to be done by the automation lab. The upstream system could be anything. For example, it could be an Inventory Management System, like Titian Mosaic, a Requesting System, like Scigillian Request, an Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN), like Dotmatics, an ERP or patient sample management system or even your own homegrown Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) or App.

Our Order Management API and Process allow upstream systems to define work via the API in a way that is easily mapped onto the automation and protocols that are developed by the scientists or automation engineers. The software walks the user through accepting and executing the work in a way that greatly simplifies the complexity of the task and removes all errors from programming and manual setup. Cellario will communicate out its status, progress, and results to all interested parties in a detailed and fully contextualized fashion.

More and more scientists want the ability to plan their work so that they can obtain the utmost utilization of their lab equipment. Being able to design and schedule experiments maximizes productivity across the lab. One of the challenges researchers face is most market available solutions combine disparate software packages. This can create headaches around the design, schedule, and planning of experiments.

The Cellario developer site gives software developers access to the tools to plan, conduct, analyze, and interpret their organization's scientific results. This is achieved via Cellario’s open, extensible architecture giving you access to a full library of APIs.

Great examples of how this has been done include:

Inventory Management

Inventory Management is a pretty broad term. Here we are referring to it as the process of keeping track of samples/labware and handling requests to replicate, retrieve, and distribute these samples.

Whether you manage your organizations main sample repository or you are using a subset of your company’s sample library for your scientific experiments or receiving patient samples via an accessioning system, you need the ability to manage your sample inventory in real-time, in order to source, store, and use the selected set of samples within the appropriate experiments.

This requires software that knows which samples are associated with which storage devices and where those samples are located within your storage devices at all times. This also requires Integrated Management System (IMS) software to know what went where. Making inventory management simple is one of the many things Cellario does exceptionally well.

Learn how you can use the new Cellario developers site to further your capabilities in managing your sample inventory.

Great examples of how this has been done include:

Data Management

Most automation systems are factories that produce high volumes of data. This data can be measurements from devices like plate readers or transaction logs from liquid handlers. Cellario has been built from the ground up to identify, capture, and publish this data.

Once captured, Cellario will contextualize it with all relevant system and order details. Any interested parties [i.e. Subscribers] of our data streams can receive this data as it's generated or an indexed archive on completion of a run.

This set of capabilities removes the need for Lab Operators to manually locate, copy, and edit critical system data. This is fundamental in enabling complex workflows like Design, Make, Test, Analyze (DMTA), run-time decision making (e.g. determining when to harvest cells).

Our integration partners and customers have been integrating our data stream directly into their data capture and analysis tools. Our Data Management Strategy ensures that data produced by automation or under the control of Cellario will have the right starting ingredients to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable (FAIR).

Great examples of how this has been done include:

Lab Assistants

Lab Environments, Instruments and Automation systems are inherently complex things. The Scientist's experience with them does not need to be complicated. HighRes’ philosophy is built on usability and exposing complex lab equipment intuitively for the bench top scientist. We also believe that we should enable other tools to create additional ways of working with and simplifying automation for our users.

Lab assistants are the group of tools that integrate on top of our API to simplify, streamline, and enhance the operator's experience in the lab. The only limits here are the imagination and skills of those developing against our API.

Our APIs enable our customers and partners to dream up amazing new modes of interfacing with our systems and software. You can now easily talk to your system to see what it is doing and where to place your labware for the next run. It is possible to create sophisticated 3D digital twins of their workspaces and visualize the activity of Cellario in the twin.

Great examples of how this has been done include: