Test facility

GISA (Integrated Study Manager Software) and ARM

AGREA uses ARM as data manager for the trials according to the requests of the most important part of its spèonsors.

Nevertheless, AGREA has developed GISA, a SQL based software for the integrated management  of the AGREA studies and trials.
It permit a simplyer and network-based management of the trials for the Study Directors and the Facility Manager.
It assure the complete traceability of the experimental works, perfect integration between PPP storage and weightings and protocols and final reports, management of the chemical risk and operator exposition.
In 2016 AGREA starts the final development, with the arrival to 2017 with the electronic fieldbook (tablet or notebook).

The software was developed by AGREA and INTEGRA 

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