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Digital Transformation

The need to optimize and digitize industrial processes is a direct consequence of globalization. The demands on the documentation of processes and procedures can no longer be met without the support of powerful IT systems. By automating routine laboratory tasks, resources are available for new innovations and production expansion.

Companies Digital Transformation

LabCognition, Analytical Software GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

LabCognition provides end customers with powerful and flexible web-based and desktop spectroscopic software solutions. Data acquisition, evaluation and management of analytical and spectroscopic data (UV/VIS/IR/NIR/RAMAN, etc.) are the main targets. Many additional modules are available, e.g. IR/Ra more

SIM Scientific Instruments Manufacturer GmbH, Germany

SIM offers you the best specialist counselling and unique solutions that go far beyond what is available on the market elsewhere. The "Scientific Instruments Manufacturer" SIM is the specialist for custom-made chromatography systems. SIM serves the high-end range of gas and liquid chromatography, m more

Cleverdist SA, Switzerland

Cleverdist is a world leader in Industry 4.0 setting a new standard in the design and integration of large software and control systems. At Cleverdist we serve a wide range of industries (petrochemical, oil & gas, energy, transportation, water & wastewater, nuclear, building automation and research more

Products Digital Transformation

Cool, Even without Nitrogen: High-Resolution FT-IR Microscopy and Spectroscopy

LUMOS is a fully automated FTIR microscope. Designed to combine best performance for visible inspection and infrared spectral analysis more

News Digital Transformation

  • The digital laboratory live and tangible

    Visitors to analytica 2020 can experience the laboratory of the future in a special show that is unique in the whole world: 18 partners from science and industry have joined forces to demonstrate device networking, collaborative robotics and user interaction, using the example of eight workflows fro more

  • analytica 2020: The leading guide to the smart laboratory

    From March 31 to April 03, 2020, analytica will open its doors on the fairgrounds of Messe München. Even now there are already signs of an increase in the number of exhibitors. One focus of the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology with the accompanying ana more

  • Smart glove for Industry 4.0

    Researchers at Saarland University have created an ultrathin flexible film that can act as a sensor for innovative technologies. Integrated within a glove, the new sensory film can communicate the current position of the wearer’s hand and fingers. By establishing a direct connection between the virt more

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  • How GxP-regulated laboratories can use digitization as an opportunity

    A few years ago the term “Industry 4.0” was used to describe a future vision of digitized production. This concept is now being implemented by industry. It is characterized by a high degree of automation and networked processes, without which global competitiveness would no longer be achievable. more

  • A turning point

    The pressure is on to do more with less. Whether this applies to increased workload with lower headcount or more analytical tests with less milligrams of sample, how can today’s pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies make ends meet? more

  • How prepared are we for the digital transformation in the lab?

    Laboratory 4.0, the internet of things (IoT), big data, cloud computing or storage, blockchain, cybercrime, thingbots, predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence et al.: the thicket of buzzwords is getting denser almost by the day. They feature in just about every newspaper article about digitization and where IT is taking us. more

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Authors Digital Transformation

  • Daniel W. Fuchs

    Daniel Fuchs, born in 1969, studied Services Marketing and Management (MAS SMM) at the University of Lucerne and holds degrees in Product and Service Marketing of the Swiss Federal government. At the Zurich University of Applied Sciences he gained the certification of Lean Manager Service for the ar more

  • Dipl. Ing. Erwin Studer

    Erwin Studer, born in 1959, studied mechanical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Bern, Switzerland. Subsequently he spent much of his professional life in the pharmaceutical industry. Alongside work in factory planning, he became involved in laboratory planning and construction ve more

  • Dr. Christoph Jansen

    Christoph Jansen, born in 1962, studied chemistry at the University of Cologne and received his doctorate there from D.O. Hummel in instrumental analytics. He was a founding member of the association “Angewandte Spektrometrie Köln e.V.” (Applied Spectrometry, Cologne) and worked as an application ch more

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