Our culture of customer engagement, continuous exploration of ways to enhance existing workflows, and forward-thinking puts us at the top of the field.
RSpace's development is shaped by its users: researchers, PIs, RDMs, and data librarians.
We have built a team that has experience in various fields of research, and understands how labs actually work.
We continuously collaborate with institutions to best support the passage of data through the research lifecycle and FAIR principles.
We develop prototypes and integrations with cutting-edge platforms to bring forward the future of research.
We've been working on adding essential user-requested features to make Inventory more usable and Enterprise-friendly, while also building out the network of integrations to enhance connectivity. These include RDM-oriented integrations with additional repositories -- Zenodo and Dryad; DMP tools -- DMPonline and DMP Assistant; and PIDS -- ORCID, IGSNs and RRIDs, and research-oriented integrations with tools like Elemental Machines (lab ops) and FAIMS (offline field data capture).
We released Inventory Beta, the first production release of the system, and deployed it to our existing customers.
We announced a release date for the Beta version of Inventory, and worked hard to prepare for this initial launch, while providing detailed updates on our progress, continuing to communicate with researchers about their needs, and keeping our public roadmap up-to-date.
We decided it was time for a more ambitious project: the development of a brand-new, intuitive and integrated sample inventory management system: RSpace Inventory. We started on the journey of gathering requirements and developing a tight feedback loop with researchers to design a next-gen inventory system.
Early adopters of RSpace, who we treat as our partners, began using RSpace.
We continued improving the product in response to requests and suggestions from our customers: we implemented the ability to link to an external file store (The University of Edinburgh), then to multiple file stores (University of Göttingen); we also added an export to Dataverse flow (Harvard). We expanded our integrations list by adding Slack, MS Teams and protocols.io, as well as cloud storage providers and repositories, making integrations a major strength and differentiating factor of RSpace.
Over the next three years, we worked closely with researchers, IT managers, data librarians and administrators at UW, the University of Edinburgh (we’re based here in Edinburgh!), the University of Göttingen, and a number of other universities to create RSpace, the first electronic lab notebook designed for deployment throughout academic research institutions.
With extensive experience in the research software industry, technical excellence, and complementary skill sets, our team is world-class in the field.
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