Company Profile

BioVis3D is a company focused on the development of computer assisted 3D reconstruction software for life science researchers worldwide.

Since 2005 we have been developing software for three-dimensional visualization and analysis, specifically designed for scientists who work with serial section slides.

AHK We are members of the Deutsche Auslandshandelskammern (German chamber of commerce), which provides us a valuable first-hand access to researchers, and solution providers in more than 90 AHK locations all over the world.

For the last three years we have been supported by Ingenio, a technology incubator devoted to assist and promote enterpreneurs with highly innovative and dynamic projects.

Ingenio is an initiative lead by LATU with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank, the Multilateral Investment Fund and the InfoDev Programme of the World Bank.

Ingenio LATU InfoDev

Our Vision

Our vision is to become a reference in the scientific community by providing the latest technologies available, and best practices, in an easy-to-use way for the scientists worldwide.

Our Mission

Our mission is to assist biology-related scientists and investigators with cutting edge and highly efficient computational solutions for their work.

Our values

  • Innovation by providing our customers with cutting edge solutions
  • Excelence in the development of software applications
  • Commitment to the scientist community by understanding their needs
  • Enthusiasm to excel ourselves in everything we do

Our Team

With a long term experience in competitive software development, BioVis3D combines the experties of a highly qualified software development team, with life science specialists.

This synergy provides the ideal environment to develop software solutions that understand scientific community needs.

Each team member possesses specialized industry knowledge and relates to a global network of renown scientists worldwide.

Where we are

Where we are Our company is located in Uruguay, a leading and rapidly growing technological hub in Latin America.

Uruguay is currently considered to be Latin America’s top technology country according to the fourth annual Latin Technology Index from Latin Business Chronicle.

Renown intitutions such as The Institut Pasteur have chosen Uruguay to contribute to the development of biomedical research and training programs.