ESI helps Thermo Fisher and Philips grease their software machines

When new feature development for its electron microscopes started to get hampered by older software, Thermo Fisher Scientific called on TNO joint innovation center ESI to clean up its code and make it future-proof. The approach developed in their public-private partnership was also successfully adopted by Philips to tackle the legacy challenge in its medical scanners.
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Software structure by ESI (TNO)

As the software grows, it’s getting increasingly difficult to maintain an overview of its inner workings and keep it well-structured (left). The approach developed by Thermo Fisher Scientific and ESI analyzes the software and restructures it to get rid of the suboptimalities (right). Credit: ESI (TNO)

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