THE ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION FOR BIOANALYTICAL TESTING
Based on proprietary analytical protocols certified through ISO 16140, QSEIF is the first flexible bioanalytical system in one unique device, combining bacterial, PCR and immunoassays to integrate multiple analytes (pathogens, toxins, allergens and food fraud).
QSEIF is the response to a pressing need to simplify every day laboratory tasks as a substitute for 3 devices improving the reliability and the protocol time. With a software that allows the analysis, reagents, and the results, QSEIF facilitates full traceability of the tests for controlling the entire supply chain.
With this revolutionary device, iMiCROQ offers to the market an automatic equipment with the most reliable and the lowest manipulation time with 50% less laboratory space requirement than other equipment.
To ensure food safety of products, monitoring is needed at all stages of the food chain from primary producers to consumers. Within the food supply chain, we have identified three main users for our platform:
- PRIMARY PRODUCERS: Agriculture, animal and feed producers
- FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES
- QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORIES
QSEIF project has its own organisational structure, conceived to ensure the appropriate management of the project. The progress and the decision-making of the project will be coordinated by QSEIF Development Team. When it comes to strategic decisions, the Advisory Committee will make the final decision.
We have it at home! Our little big toy is an incredible 4×4 automatic robot! Do you want to try it? We too! So, it is time to act!
We are hiring! The QSEIF project is taking shape! And for that we need more talent! If you are an expert in instrumental automation, let we know you through the following link.
We got it! We are officially awarded with the H2020 project. And we want to revolutionize the rapid microbiology with our QSEIF Platform! Are you in? Follow us at LinkedIn to be up to date with what happens in iMiCROQ.
QSEIF Project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 849973.