‘Smart labs’ is a term that is incredibly prevalent in the world of pharma data management. But what are the building blocks of these laboratories that are proving ever-more important in modern research?
In this Insight article, we explore SiLA: the consortium for Standardisation in Lab Automation, and look at some of the opportunities and challenges presented in the vision for a fully integrated laboratory environment.
The quality control labs of the future have been envisioned as fully-integrated environments, automated through the capture of data in real-time. By developing labs with digital output in mind, researchers at all scales can plan for the future and refine their approach to lab digitalisation.
Key opinion leaders discuss the latest trends and challenges in laboratory automation and digitalization. Key insights include an explanation of Roche's 'Levers of Production' method, the challenges of legacy systems and the possibility of digitalization overload.
The foundation of any 21st century smart lab is data management and connectivity.
Edited by Oliver Picken |
12 October 2021
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