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Platform eases collaboration, data sharing and compliance

Dassault Systèmes Biovia

Dassault Systèmes Biovia

The ability to improve the aggregation, integration, synthesis and analysis of data from disparate resarch and operating areas within an organizations lets process engineers and managers uncover knowledge that is often hidden in massive volumes of structured and unstructured data. BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot (photo) is a graphical-authoring application that increases operational efficiency and reduces costs for both scientists and process engineers across a wide spectrum of industries. With Pipeline Pilot, users can complete projects significantly faster, by leveraging existing research, process and intellectual property, and automating routine data gathering and analysis. Real-time reporting dashboards bring into view experimental results and process production metrics related to a wide range of data-processing functions, such as data retrieval, manipulation, computational analysis, filtering, and display functionalities. — Dassault Systèmes Biovia (formerly Accelrys), San Diego, Calif.

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