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Our company is as open as our platform (that’s really, really, open)

The flexibility of the Elemental Machines platform offers many opportunities for partnership, from distributors & resellers to OEMs. We have the technology to integrate our IoT devices into your hardware or software platform. Our API quickly and easily allows sharing of data between our Elements and your LIMS/ELN system.

Want a custom solution?

We can white label our sensors and dashboard to accommodate your needs.

Want to extract data?

We can extract any data from your analytical instrument and make it available in the Cloud.

ELN & LIMS

ELN/LIMS suppliers can provide additional data like cold storage or environmental data to their customers to help with quality and compliance and to enable R&D.

Resellers & Distributors

Resellers and distributors with a strong presence in scientific markets can expand their offerings by selling our turnkey platform to existing or new customers.

OEM Suppliers

Suppliers who want an IoT-enabled product can simply connect to our Element-D rather than going through the time-consuming process of building their own system.

Our Partners

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Our Non-Profit Partners

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MassBio

MassBio® is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1985 that represents and provides services and support for the world’s leading life sciences supercluster.
 
MassBio is committed to advancing Massachusetts’ leadership in the life sciences to grow the industry, add value to the healthcare system and improve patient lives.
 
Representing 1,200+ biotechnology companies, academic institutions, disease foundations and other organizations involved in life sciences and healthcare, MassBio leverages its unparalleled network of innovative companies and industry thought leaders to advance policy and promote education, while providing member programs, events, industry information, and services.

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Allotrope Foundation

Founded in 2012, Allotrope Foundation is an international consortium of pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and other scientific research-intensive industries that is developing advanced data architecture to transform the acquisition, exchange, and management of laboratory data throughout its complete lifecycle.

Its first initiative is the development of the Allotrope Framework for analytical data, consisting of a standard data format, class libraries for interfacing with applications, and semantic capabilities to support standardized, structured metadata.  Allotrope aims to make the intelligent analytical laboratory a reality – an automated laboratory where data, methods and hardware components are seamlessly shared among disparate platforms, and where one-click reports can be produced based on data generated by any analytical instrument, and data integrity is built-   in by design. 

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Pistoia Alliance

Advances and breakthroughs in science will not be achieved alone, the mission of the Pistoia Alliance is to drive collaboration and empower organizations to work together for success. The Alliance lowers barriers to R&D innovation by providing a legal framework to enable straightforward and secure pre-competitive collaboration between more than 100 global members.

The Pistoia Alliance is a global, not-for-profit members’ organization conceived in 2007 and incorporated in 2009 by representatives of AstraZeneca, GSK, Novartis and Pfizer who met at a conference in Pistoia, Italy. This group shared the opinion that life science R&D was changing beyond recognition, and that organizations could not afford to ‘go it alone’ in order to integrate emerging technologies and continue to deliver life-changing therapies to patients. The Pistoia Alliance’s projects help to overcome common obstacles to innovation and to transform R&D – whether identifying the root causes of inefficiencies, working with regulators to adopt new standards, or helping researchers implement AI effectively. There are currently more than 100 member companies – ranging from global organisations, to medium enterprizes, to start-ups, to individuals – collaborating as equals on projects that generate value for the worldwide life sciences community.

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