FlandersBio offers an up-to-date life sciences database containing all the life sciences companies with biotech activity in Flanders, and all FlandersBio members. The guide provides easy and fast access to the local life sciences community.
FlandersBio beschikt over een geüpdate databank met een overzicht van de Vlaamse bedrijven met biotechactiviteit en alle FlandersBio-leden. De databank verleent een makkelijke en vlugge toegang tot de lokale biowetenschappen-gemeenschap.
Trispark offers IT consultancy services for the Life Sciences Industry. We offer years of experience in specialised areas like software development for Medical Imaging (DICOM), as well as in building specialised applications for pharmaceutical research environments.
Trispark's software for medical imaging focusses on the handling of medical imaging data. Based on our thorough understanding of the medical imaging standard DICOM, we have produced the Java DICOM Toolkit, an OEM library that is integrated in various medical devices and deployed worldwide by leading medical device manufacturers and healthcare software vendors. On top of our library we have implemented various solutions for the safe handling, conversion and manipulation of medical image data in a healthcare or pharmaceutical environment.
Trispark's solutions for drug discovery focus on the automation of drug discovery processes. Drug discovery companies are confronted with the challenge to capture, process and store sheer amounts of data, generated during the different steps in their discovery processes. Trispark builds transactional systems to manage and support the daily discovery operations that are indispensable for laboratories dealing with the current high througput screening demands as well as with the growing diversity in targets and assays.
Trispark also provides installation, deployment and customization support for applications and tools from the caBig initiative. Applications of the caBig software suite include:
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Foundation date: 1/2005