Since 1986, BMDS has provided the vision and has created and developed the technology to expand our capabilities. Today, our products and accessories automate data and simplify animal lab research procedures for researchers in major pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, universities, and research facilities around the world. In the final analysis, there is no better testimony than the praise of satisfied customers.
Some fundamental requirements of animal laboratory research never change. Among the most basic prerequisites: You must be able to identify every animal. Without exception. Period.
At the 1987 Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, BMDS introduced the first Electronic Lab Animal Monitoring System (ELAMS), instantly revolutionizing laboratory science, and making less humane methods of animal identification—such as toe clipping, ear notching, and tattooing—obsolete.
Today, our new digital series 8000 products are once again transforming the lab. These advanced digital DAS (Data Acquisition System) reader-scanner-programmers are available in models designed for varying counter-top, cart-mounted, or handheld applications. Ergonomic form factors, easy-reading display panels, and extensive connectivity options (facilitating work with peripheral devices) characterize the entire line.