System architecture

Track & Trace is built as a modular architecture to guarantee extensibility and scalability. This allows the full and individual customization of the system to be a perfect fit for every situation.


The layered nature of the modular architecture enables the integration of specialized modules. Additionally it exposes a feature rich API to third party module developers.

Track & Trace detailed

  • Support for enterprise RDBMS
    • Oracle
    • Microsoft SQL Server
    • MySQL
    • PostgreSQL
  • Automatic archival options
  • Support for various cloud services
    • Amazon AWS
    • Microsoft Azure
  • Future proof technologies
    • The core components are built on the latest version of the .NET framework
  • Standardized connectivity interfaces allow the integration of non-homogeneous IT environments
  • Scalable to be ready for growing requirements
    • Load balancing
    • Redundant core components to avoid downtimes
  • Authentication and authorisation in all modules
    • Support for Active Directory
    • Built-in user and ACL directory with detailed permission and user management
  • Thorough and clean documentation
  • Continuously tested against a full test suite


The WebUI is a modern and user friendly web application to access the Track & Trace system. Due to the nature of a web application, it guarantees cross-platform client support and also extensibility.


Features at-a-glance

  • Platform independent access (Unix, Windows, Mac OSX, iOS, WebOS)

      Adapted for mobile devices (Smartphones, Tablet PCs)

  • Intuitive
  • Customized data views for individual users and stations possible
  • Real time display of every process and event observed and controlled by the system
  • Fine-grained filters to search and only display relevant data and events
  • Graphical visualisation of measurements
  • User and permission management
  • Configuration of all modules through the web interface
  • Localized in German and English
  • Appearance adaptable to corporate identity
  • Direct report generation of the currently displayed view possible

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