IOX2 is a GLP compliant software that allows researchers to acquire, analyze, view, and store physiological data generated during a preclinical experiment.
At the heart of IOX2 is a library of application-specific analysis modules for real-time signal processing. All modules are derived from algorithms widely accepted and validated by the life science research community.
Universal, IOX software handles cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, electrophysiology & in-vitro data.
IOX2 software captures up to 200 independent physiologic signals simultaneously from:
For each signal, an analysis module processes your data at a rate of 10 to 50,000 samples / second, to produce a list of predefined parameters.
A range of analysis modules, also called analyzers, is available for cardiovascular, respiratory, neurologic, electrophysiology, slow and rhythmic signals:
IOX2 software offers:
To comply with regulatory requirements, optional GLP modules can be activated on IOX2 software. Data consistency, reliability and integrity are ensured by:
The usersMANAGEMENT module controls the access rights by login and password.
Access rights are characterized by a level (e.g. simple user, administrator) with an optional expiry date and a logout period.
auditCENTRAL software collects audit lines sent to Windows event logs of all client computers and keep them into a database. Each entry in the audit trail contains a list of all actions done on emka TECHNOLOGIES programs that affect or potentially affect raw or processed data, such as the date and time of the action, the user who performed the action or the computer on which the action was performed.
The eSIGN module offers encrypted electronic signatures.
studyMANAGEMENT module associates data files to a study.
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