The using of current standards and trends in computer technology should be the basic property of companies which are developing software solutions.

Our company has set a high goals focused on excellence; not only to follow and develop these trends but also as an innovator in this area, to discover and materialise new ways and possibilities.

With more than 10 years of successful experience in software development for veterinary software; we are proud and honoured to announce that VetAIS develops a prestigous amount of innovative solutions.



Technology MIDT (www)

Users dream about software which can adapt and mould to their requirements, where they can focus on and select exactly the kind of data which is important for them, for their business and their clients. Without being overloaded with unneccessary information, options and functions - simplicity and user experience is key. Finally, the desire to sort data and display it in an effective and pleasing format that meets all your concievable proffessional requirements.

We have this software and excel at it.

One of the most innovative function of VetAIS is MIDT technology (Medical Interface Developing Tool).

Simple, effective and powerful tool for management, creation and editing medical fields across of VetAIS medical module.


Q: Can you imagine situation where you are not satisfied with fields in ophthalmology protocol?
A: You can delete it in one click.


Q: Are you working on your study and need to add a new parameter of cardiovascular system? For example: table of measured values?
A: You can as simply add a new fully structured field - easily in graphical interface, automaticaly with possibility of sorting your data in medical tree of systems, organs and elements etc.


These fields save all your data in structured form for subsequent and easy processing. All parameters can be put also into VetDIS standardization  and afterwards export for use in any other VetDIS system all around the world, or in any other system supported by VetDIS.


Standardization VetDIS (www)

Any generally used system, as in local country, so in worldwide, must meet the highest demands of accuracy, uniqueness and efficiency. Many of these systems including saved medical or economy data. But these systems do not know how to exchange data with other systems, no matter if it is ultrasound device or stomatologic software. What is essentially missing is any supported normalised mechanism of communications between these systems.

On the basis thorough market research and needs of clinics we decided to create and provide this standardization.

After a few years of development we proudly released our first version of VetDIS system of standardization which can solve or substitute some of the existing standardization, which can be obsolete, or are not developed quick enough according to the market needs.

Standardization of VetDIS provides a unique technology for exchanging data between heterogeneous systems with strict focus to veterinary medicine.

Thanks to that we are able to solve most of VetDIS standardization problems concerned on exchanging of data between software products, or exchanging and process of data from medical hardware devices.

VetAIS as the first on the market, fully supports this standard, and offers the possibilities to other developers and suppliers of veterinary practice equipments and services.


Medical Reccomendation Module MRM (www)

The newest invention of VetAIS is MRM - Medical Recommendation Module. Simply and effective way how to automatically reccomend to clients any concrete food, diet of medicine.

Yes, VetAIS can. Unique evaluation mechanism in VetAIS and on MRM server can deeply analyse already saved data for later recommendation any group of sales products. These evaluated data are simply printed on medical report for clients. All by simple click.

For detailed description please contact us.


General technical specification

  • Java SDK 1.7
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2012, Postgre SQL 9.X
  • Support DICOM standards (as module)
  • Technology MIDT (www)
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