TraceBase has wide ranging capability. Whether the client wants quality data for agriculture or the resources sector, the software is capable of organizing and interpreting ICP-MS and ICP-AES data. Our software calibrates and analyses organic and inorganic substances, storing the results in a data warehouse with a connected Geo-database for GIS analysis.
Samples are used to sequence and categorize the distinct patterns of trace elements. With every dataset that is entered into the system, we exponentially increase our knowledge base of elemental classification for a specific product and location as the number of samples grow. There's no other program in existence that performs this function.
A plant, animal or mineral has a distinct elemental concentration relative to its location. Plants that are grown in a location or mineralized ore bodies will absorb trace elements that are very specific to its location.
Animals will consume food and water with a specific elemental concentration, some of which will be absorbed by the animal. By analyzing an organic or inorganic sample, looking for these unique characteristics, we can accurately verify the origin of that sample.
Our software identifies trace elements in parts per million/billion. The analysis provides a unique, elemental concentration classified against a set of existing samples that can not be forged. Our software will help protect producers from food substitution and provide confidence in the supply chain for which clients have paid a premium.
All 109 algorithms and scientific calculations for the calibration and normalization of ICP-MS and AES data sets has been automated thus eliminating accidental data deletion or modification during the analytical process.
The software automatically adapts regardless the number of elements. The analytical workflow is configurable and can be adapted to classify any product that contains trace elements.
All changes to the dataset is recorded and the original data preserved. The software tracks who did what when to provide complete transparency throughout the analytical process.
The software provides laboratories with the analytical specification for the sample analysis of ICP-MS and AES methods. Thus creating a standard across laboratories to insure a inconstant and reliable outcome.
TraceBase's capability provides clean data from uploaded CSV files. TraceBase automatically identifies and removes interference and background noise in order to provide a clean dataset for our classification models with the purpose of establishing provenance.
TraceBase can provide results from 200 samples in approximately 15 minutes, which can take an analytical chemist anywhere between four to six hours, depending on the skill level of the chemist. A laboratory assistant can arrive at the same result as an analytical chemist due to the laboratory standard operating procedures being embedded in the system.
TraceBase is developed for use in cloud based applications and can also be install onsite should the demand require it. The software is designed with scalability in mind. TraceBase can be scaled both horizontally and vertically ensuring we can provide a cost effective solution no matter the processing requirements.