RemoteAnalyzer – Open Access Software For Mass Spectrometry Instruments

“Innovative software solutions within the life sciences industry”


From running an individual sample to managing a complete network of instruments and users, RemoteAnalyzer® has the power to simplify every aspect of your laboratory operation.

A robust yet intuitive open access software, RemoteAnalyzer works with all the major mass spectrometry instruments and NMR instruments to deliver reliable, high quality results no matter how complex your samples or workflows.
With real-time, web-based access and live updates, RemoteAnalyzer allows lab managers to control every aspect of their operation, from sample submission to final results with more efficiency than ever. Sample submission and final reports can be customized and tailored to suit a particular application or user group. The software also simplifies the lives of scientists, making it easy to log in samples and receive results anywhere, anytime.

Sample submission across multiple platforms

Advances in high throughput techniques, chemistries and analyses, have revolutionized the research landscape. The use of automated systems underpins the majority of mass spectrometry approaches. This has been adopted in the Pharmaceutical industry, through all the ‘Omics’ but it has yet to be fully accepted within some of the chemistry communities. In many cases the high throughput approach means that the vast majority of users are not specifically trained mass spectrometrists. They don’t need to be, so the sample submission, data acquisition and data presentation now demands a user friendly, robust client interface – the so called open access software. This allows mass spectrometry to be fully utilized as a research tool in wider application fields that have their own specialists.

They still require a thorough understanding of mass spectrometry but they no longer need to have the day to day hands on capabilities. Much of the sample analysis required by, for example, medicinal chemists in drug discovery, is routine for instrument users but not necessarily for the chemist. They simply want to be able to submit their samples and get their results. RemoteAnalyzer allows them to do this with a variety of instruments such as GC-MS, LC-MS and NMR from multiple vendors through a consistent user interface and workflow.

RemoteAnalyzer offers a one-stop-shop option for sample submission across multiple platforms, provides uniform e-data output and enhances data security by immediately archiving a clone of the raw data files on a remote server. The only requirement for the user is access to a web-browser enabled computer, e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox etc. There is no additional software licence cost to the user. The data processing, file storage and web server can be configured to run on a single server or a number of servers depending on specific requirements and level of throughput.

Don’t just take our word for it. Where appropriate and with their permission, we are always happy to put you in direct contact with our users. Check out the testimonies from some of our users below, and read on down the page for more product features.

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Customer Testimonials

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RemoteAnalyzer at a Glance

Learn about some of the key features in RemoteAnalyzer.

Usability of RemoteAnalyzer

A single web browser interface for all you sample submission and acquistion.

Efficiency Delivered in Three Simple Steps

A walk up and use solution to sample submission, acquistion and reporting.

Remote Analyzer Publications

RemoteAnalyzer is used by many talented and highly motivated scientists and it is always good to hear how they are using our product. We are grateful to those who have already shared their work with us and look forward to sharing more with you. If you have an application which you would like to share with others, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Walk-up analysis for the masses

Plastic pollution is now an endemic problem in society, and has been identified as a potential planetary boundary threat.1 This project aims to create a standardised method for the sampling and characterisation of plastics using TD-GC-MS. Firstly, unique marker compounds for known plastics and their additives must be found. Research question: Is it possible to use TD-GC-MS to differentiate by material?

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Maximizing Flexibility on a High Resolution Open Access LC/MS System

Traditionally, mass spectrometers commonly available to open access core facility users are low resolution GC-EIMS or LC-ESIMS with single quadrupole mass filters.

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