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Lean Laboratory

Lean Lab, Lab 4.0 or the laboratory of the future represent an efficient laboratory management with complete digitization that makes laboratories more efficient with less effort, less resources and less time requirements and thus significantly reduces costs.

Companies Lean Laboratory

LabTwin GmbH, Germany

Scientists spend 50-80% of their time at the bench with no easy way to document their findings. Missed details can make it hard to reproduce research and find sources of error, leading to wasted time and money. At LabTwin, we’re committed to helping scientists save time and money, reduce error rate more

Synthian Chemistry, Germany

We are building the most feature-rich & flexible Connected Laboratory System Synthian's Visionary product is built to transform the way that scientists work. There are three stages to this transformation and our software is designed for each stage more

News Lean Laboratory

  • LABVOLUTION 2019: Spotlight on the integrated laboratory

    Modern laboratory practice is a fast-changing area characterized by growing digitization, automation, ever more complex workflows, and interaction at all levels. The next LABVOLUTION show is picking up on these trends with a strong focus on digital integration and connectivity, as evidenced by its c more

  • analytica supporting program: Come be amazed by laboratory technology, analytics and biotechnology

    From April 10 to 13, Munich is once again the meeting point of the laboratory industry: analytica, the leading international trade fair for laboratory technology, analytics and biotechnology, offers many highlights in the supporting program in addition to the exhibition and the top-class scientific more

  • Creative support in the laboratory

    On the way to an intelligent laboratory, physicists from Innsbruck and Vienna present an artificial agent that autonomously designs quantum experiments. In initial experiments, the system has independently (re)discovered experimental techniques that are nowadays standard in modern quantum optical la 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

  • Detect and solve process problems immediately with Jidoka

    The management concept “Lean Laboratory” is increasingly being implemented in the laboratory environment, with the aim of optimizing efficiency. An essential approach here is the “First-Defect-Stop”, which is based on the Jidoka principle and refers to the earliest possible identification of problems in production machines, but also in manual assembly lines. more

  • Reduced lead times for added value in the lab

    The process industry is seeing manufacturing structures change, production chains becoming global and higher requirements placed on manufacturing processes. Businesses need to adapt to declining sales volumes and the demand for more specific product characteristics. more

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Authors Lean Laboratory

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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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