How much configuration is needed for Mystro?
Mystro is an out of the box solution that comes configured and ready to collect data. Pre-configured tools include: Live Dashboard, Live Trends, Batch Trends, Batch-To- Batch Data, Automated Report Generation, Alarms & Notification, Remote Viewing & Alarming, Audit Trail for 21 CFR Part 11, Free Equipment Interface Library, Interface to ELN, LIMS, DoE, and MVDA software, LabBook spreadsheet application, and more.
How much integration time is needed for Mystro?
Mystro can be used same day as installation with no further configuration or programming. As a part of the installation, the Mystro service engineer will complete the configuration with equipment and parameter names. They will also help define user roles on the system. By the time the service engineer leaves the site, Mystro is configured, ready to go and can be used without any additional steps. What’s more, there is no need to hire a developer or integrator to pull your data out of the historian.
Is Mystro 21 CFR Part 11 Compliant?
The Mystro software is compliance ready. All of the compliance rules are incorporated into the software and Mystro includes a full audit trail. Please see our compliance page for additional details.
How does Mystro store and locate pre-existing batches?
Mystro uses Batch IDs to store all the data (which includes each piece of equipment associated with that batch, i.e. bioreactors & analyzers) for each experiment, together in one central location. Batch IDs can be searched by date the batch was started, or by a custom label (with an optional comment). This custom label creates an easy way to find historical runs without the need to search by dates.
What equipment does Mystro connect to?
Mystro currently connects to most upstream bioreactors, at-line and off-line analyzers. If the instrument in question is not in our library, then we can certainly work to include this as an additional option.One Hill Solutions is also currently working on downstream equipment.
How does Mystro communicate with all of the equipment?
Any instrument Mystro talks to needs to be on a network, as this is the only way Mystro can communicate to each of the instruments. This network can be the customer’s laboratory network, corporate network and/or a private network which can be set up by One Hill Solutions.
What type of communication protocols and file output does Mystro support for all equipment?
OPC, Ethernet, Modbus, CSV/Excel, Text File, and others.
Can Mystro integrate to 3rd party software?
Yes, we can integrate to the following types of software:
- DoE – Mystro integrates with JMP DoE to extract all the set points and easily push them to selected non-running bioreactors
- EBR / ELN / LIMS – Mystro can integrate to 3 rd party EBR’s ELN’s and LIMS via exporting files or a simple “push to” function in Mystro
- Multi-Variate Data Analysis Software (MVDA) – Mystro interfaces seamlessly with SIMCA, JMP, CAMO… Mystro has a built-in driver “Push To” that formats the data in a manner that can automatically be used by the software.
Does Mystro need a dedicated server?
Mystro can be installed on a virtual machine or a physical server (either supplied by the customer or One Hill Solutions)
How many users can be added to the Mystro application?
There is no limit on the number of Mystro users you can create.
How many concurrent users can use Mystro at one time?
This is dependent on the licensing of the product. Mystro can support 2 or more concurrent users.
What is included in the Global Care agreement?
This is an annual fee which covers all software updates, phone & remote dial-in technical support, and 2 days of on-site support to be used at the customer’s discretion.
Can Mystro work with or alongside OSI PI?
Yes, Mystro uses OSI PI as the data storage repository. Mystro resides on the same server as an OSI PI server and compliments its functionality with ready-to- use out of the box tools.