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Bee Computing services

We are proud to offer to our customers:

  • More than 10 years of experience in high performance C++ developments for industrial applications running on Windows platforms. Until now, all applications have been developed using Visual Studio 6, .Net 2003 and 2005.
  • A very fast reactivity to our customer demands, only possible to be delivered by Companies the size of Bee Computing.
  • Top quality software developments in C++. We refuse considering our Customers as beta-testers.

    So far, Bee Computing has been involved in the following segments:

    Biological applications developments
    Bee Computing has rewritten the heart of Biolomics, the Award-Winning application developed for a long time by the Bio-Aware company. Biolomics is a biological database management system used worldwide in many different areas such as biotech, pharma, food & beverage industries, public health, academic institutes, universities, culture collections, museum etc.
    High performance algorithms have been developed to allow extreme performance during DNA comparisons, but also for computations involving many other data types.
    During 2006, Bee Computing is involved in the complete rewriting of the Biolomics application using .Net 2005.

    Real-Time Production Intelligence projects
    Real-Time Production Intelligence (Real-TPI) is a market leader application owned by ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) and used by major industries to optimise industrial processes. Real-TPI can be used in most modern processes for control and optimisation: coffee packaging machines, silicon extruders, paper cutting, galvanization of steel reels, are all kind of projects where Bee Computing has been involved.

    OPC and DDE Servers
    Bee Computing has developed numerous drivers and communication applications for the industry. OPC and DDE servers can be made over any proprietary protocol as long as these protocols are documented. These applications allow any other client application respecting the OPC and DDE standards to communicate with the machines.