We are a modern software technology company that focuses on developing easy-to-use, reusable and flexible automation that adapts to the changing requirements in everyday life science research. We take pride in giving our customers the ability to add devices and repurpose the laboratory automation systems without further assistance or service fees. We believe that by employing latest robotic and networking technologies we can offer a more capable, flexible and easier to use product.
UniteLabs has developed a free tool, SiLA 2 Browser, to discover and control any SiLA 2 compatible instrument in the network from a web browser. This is the easiest way to experience the benefits of SiLA 2, test and develop your own SiLA 2 based solutions and demonstrate the lab of the future.Download now
UniteLabs has committed to bring our SiLA 2 drivers available for free and with an open source code whenever possible. Don't reinvent the wheel, but build on top of our free SiLA 2 solutions available on the SiLA website. We are crowdfunding the development of these drivers to build a public library of SiLA 2 compatible instruments. By sharing your interest via our crowdfunding form, we will be able to split the price tag with the interested parties and make the drivers available at a fraction of the typical cost.Crowdfunding form
Oskari is truly a jack of all trades. His background spans from synthetic biology and biotechnology to mathematics, computational science and bioinformatics. He's well versed backend and front end developer with experience as a founding member of two previous startups in Finland.
Max loves to combine the latest technologies with business opportunities. With his diverse background in management and robotics, he automated tasks in various industries and countries. He also worked on cutting edge drone technologies both in academia and industry.
Ricardo is an all-round software engineer with a passion for building a product with a tight focus on the customer. He has worked with web technologies, digital marketing, release engineering and embedded systems for automated driving technologies.
Nuno is a software engineer designing the user experience and engagement with UniteLabs solutions. Nuno masters visual communications and storytelling and he has been working in the past in visual effects for the movie making industry. On top of this, he's a talented full-stack web developer with an entrepreneurial mind.
Joanna is a scientist turned business developer enthusiastic about solving customers’ complex challenges. In her role, she leverages both entrepreneurial and investment experience combined with extensive life science knowledge ranging from microbiology to epigenetics and synthetic biology.
We are looking for talent in software engineering, from recent graduates to seasoned experts. Join our adventure and the international, encouraging team of talented scientists and engineers. Applications from anywhere in Europe are welcome! Check our careers page for more information.
UniteLabs will be giving a talk with the title: "Lab of the future: IoT & Digital Transformation are changing the way we work and experiment." We will demonstrate live how laboratory instruments can be controlled by smart phones and discuss what kind of changes automation will bring in today's laboratories. Register to the event here.
Joanna joined the UniteLabs forces and visited the first SLAS Europe event, representing UniteLabs. This was a deep dive to latest lab automation solutions and building relations with instrument vendors. SiLA 2 was gathering more and more interest as the release of the new standard draws near.
UniteLabs was participating the first SLAS event in Switzerland. We were also epresenting SiLA consortium to introduce the exciting upcoming standard in lab automation and its new capabilities. We're very much looking forward to the first SLAS Europe conference in Belgium. Let us know if you will be there!
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