Our new myScal® software is a part of the project "Commercialization of myScal solutions for digitization and automation of precision industrial and laboratory calibration procedures". We were granted with the amount od 1,6 million HRK from the tender "Innovation in S3 areas".
Our new myScal® software, called the project "Commercialization of myScal solutions for digitization and automation of precision industrial and laboratory calibration procedures" is part of the competition "Innovation in S3 areas" based on which we were granted a grant from EU funds in the amount of 1,6 HRK million. The project is implemented in the S3 thematic priority area Health and quality of life, sub-thematic area Pharmaceuticals, bio-pharmaceuticals and production of medical equipment and devices, and its impact has a much wider scope of action.
MyScal® is a safety tool that speeds up work, raises quality and ensures that everyone in the metrology chain is sure that traceability is fully at the highest level, thus enabling greater profitability and reducing the risk of errors. MyScal® is intended for laboratories, industries and research centers.
"The software is designed in a simple and intuitive way, to facilitate the use of laboratory staff (laboratory managers, surveyors), but also other users. MyScal® is a tool needed to measure and use measuring instruments as a basis for accuracy and quality. in every segment, from research, development to the production of medicines, food, chemical products, medicine and technology."
Ivica Granić, CEO and head of the Sartorius Croatia laboratory
This metrology tool enables users to see the results immediately after the calibration, as well as an accelerated process of production preparation and quality control. Using the program will allow sending of digital documentation and storage in the laboratory database for future calibrations.
myScal® with developed functionalities represents a significant improvement over existing solutions. The solution as such has the potential of commercialization and innovation at the global level and given the multilingualism that allows all accredited laboratories to compete on an equal footing in the market outside the EU, there is no obstacle to entering the global market.
Validation according to 21 CFR Part 11 describes the rules related to electronic records and data also ensures full commercialization in the target market. The commercialization of solutions for digitization and automation of precision industrial and laboratory calibration procedures implies the introduction of new business processes, namely the process of providing services and delivering services to customers.
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