The new BIO 3000 biosensor combines digitalisation with BIOLAN’s robust and certiﬁed analytical technology.
It represents a significant contribution of the Basque company to the digital transformation of the food industry.
After more than 10 years of offering the food industry worldwide precise and competitive solutions to guarantee the control and safety of food products, BIOLAN is taking another step forward, disruptive in terms of technology and committed to the sector, by launching a new model of digitised analysis device on the market today, equipped with connectivity, cloud storage and intelligent data management. It is called “BIO 3000” and combines all the functionalities and advantages of BIOLAN’s biosensor equipment already present in more than 55 countries on five continents, with the benefits offered by digital technology.
Today, no sector of the economy has escaped the inexorable process of digital transformation. The food industry is no stranger to major changes and is trying to adapt in order to maintain its competitiveness and level of quality, both locally and internationally. Being able to respond to the current production and logistical challenges, without forgetting the commitment to quality and food safety, requires fast, precise, simple and intelligent tools.
It is in this digital context and in its path of continuous innovation, in which BIOLAN began 3 years ago to incorporate digital technology to its developments based on biosensor technology applied to analysis devices, recognised and certified by AOAC International, a benchmark in analytical excellence worldwide.
BIOLAN took the firm decision to become a key player in the digitisation of quality control in the global food industry: first by transforming itself and now by launching the BIO 3000 model, a new generation of biosensors with connectivity and developed with the aim of offering comprehensive monitoring of the analytical process, from advanced visualisation of results and storage in the cloud to product traceability throughout the value chain, in sectors such as fisheries, crustaceans, dairy, oenology and others.
The innovation of the new BIO 3000 equipment is mainly focused on several areas: a) on the one hand, the renewed design provides ergonomics and a significant weight reduction; b) optimised user experience through an intuitive and easy-to-use App; and, c) access to the BIOLANglobal platform, its own website, accessible from any connected device, through which the user can, among others: view and download results, control the management process, perform a global monitoring of the analysis in all its plants and configure alerts.
BIOLAN accompanies the food industry in its digitisation process to move towards more intelligent and connected methods that allow it to make decisions more quickly, accurately and objectively, resulting in an increase in competitiveness, quality and profitability. BIOLAN also has the capacity to work on ad-hoc projects, adapting to the needs and requirements of its clients, which gives it the profile of a committed company capable of offering a comprehensive and personalised service in the field of food control monitoring.
BIOLAN has always been committed to its own development and this time has been no exception, strengthening a multidisciplinary team of professionals with the attraction of talent in the area of digital knowledge, data, machine learning, Apps, etc. Today it already has a team of approximately 70 people, located mainly at its facilities in the Zamudio Technology Park in Bizkaia, as well as in the 9 sales offices in Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Morocco, Europe and Spain.
With this new range of products, BIOLAN aims to reinforce its leadership in the field of analytical control in the food sector and to continue expanding its business throughout the world, as demonstrated by the export rate of over 80% that it has achieved in recent years.