CYRIS® ace is an all-round control software that incorporates drivers, controllers and protocols for total monitoring and administration of the hardware. The user interface enables customers to perform experiments smoothly and to acquire, view, analyse, and organize the generated data.


  • Real-time high-resolution cell imaging 
  • Live data presentation in graphical and tabular form 
  • Export sensor data to industrial formats 
  • High data accuracy 
  • Powerful image detection and processing algorithm 

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CYRIS® ACE Screenshot

Software Specifications


  • Import & analyse assay result files 
  • Manage template & result files 

Export Options

  • Data values as CSV file
  • Microscopic images
  • Customized data graphes as image

Image Resolution

  • 2056 x 1504 

Microsoft Excel Versions

  • Excel 2010 (32 & 64-bit) 
  • Excel 2011 (32 & 64-bit) 
  • Excel 2013 (32 & 64-bit) 
  • Excel 2016 (32 & 64-bit; Windows) 

Operating Systems

  • Windows 7 
  • Windows 8.1 
  • Windows 10 

Other Technical Info

  • Hard disk space: 175 GB 
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 (or better) 
  • System memory (RAM): 4 GB minimum 
  • Screen resolution: 1280 x 800 minimum 


CYRIS® ACE Step 1 defining the experiment

Defining the experiment

Choose from predefined assays that specify sensor type, media volume, measurement sequence and light settings for imaging. Using the pre-settings, you can efficiently start an experiment within minutes.

Initializing and running the experiment

With all the experiment parameters defined, you can initialize the device and eventually make adjustments for data acquisition. You can perform a test run for measurements and, when the setup is completed, you can run the experiment and start data acquisition. Once the experiment is running, you can view the live results.

CYRIS® ACE Step 2 running the experiment
CYRIS® ACE Step 3-1 data analysis
CYRIS® ACE Step 3-2 data analysis

Data analysis

CYRIS® ace provides representation of sensor data in different formats that can also be exported into various industrial formats to be viewed later. Images generated throughout the experiment can also be displayed as a video.