Automation and connectivity are not only megatrends in today’s high-tech world, but are also the foundations of the Connected Lab. An essential part of this is the new ATD-BaseWare. Our ATD-BaseWare embodies and elevates the concept of the digital and connected dummy laboratory. The ATD-BaseWare operating system is a key component of all our configurations, powering functions like the automatic live display of measured data, the ISO MME evaluation tool, and the dummy report generator. By using cloud computing and artificial intelligence, the in-dummy-DAS can be managed easily and component failure can be predicted more precisely.


The ATD-BaseWare works as a control system for ATD-LabTech Test Systems as well as third party systems, and systems with TCP/IP connection and available SDK’s. Sensor data and settings such as the next calibration date, sensitivities, ISO codes can be easily updated. With the implemented notification management, the user receives automatic notifications if a sensor is e.g. due for its next calibration, facilitating planning.

Due to being ISO 17025 approved and conforming to TISAX 5.0 (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange), the creation of conforming data is possible by preventing data manipulation through extensive user management, assignment of authorizations, and logging of activities. Additionally with the usage of the ATD-BaseWare, lab-to-lab variability is reduced with its remote connectability.  This allows a global cooperation between OEM‘s, regulatory agencies, independent test facilities, consortiums, universities, and more.


The ATD-BaseWare offers a closed loop process with a single user interface for acquiring data, conducting analysis, and generating a report.  The compatibility with different DAS systems is easily possible.
After the data is acquired through the ATD, its sensors and data-acquisition system, it is being automatically processed afterwards in the software and ISO-MME data generated. Due to the closed loop process, data output generated is repeatable and reproduceable.

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