Automating Life Sciences
4 Tech Talks for Today & Beyond
Gain insight into the technology trends that are at the forefront of changing the arena. Our tech talk series titled “Automating Life Sciences” is designed to give you the knowledge you need to navigate the latest developments in life sciences and use them to your advantage.
This series of information-packed tech talks is delivered by our industry experts who have years of experience in the life sciences arena. You will discover the latest news on the topic of traceability, the new interaction between humans and robots and you will also learn the powerful technologies behind off-line and in-line verification for both labeling and direct park marking. Click on each tech talk below to access Omron’s information-packed series.
Extracting value from unit-level traceability: Rising to Life Sciences’ data challenge – Part I
The breadth and scope of traceability has expanded significantly along with advances in technology, making it a critical application for today’s Life Sciences companies. In addition to the economic justification of implementing unit-level traceability and the liability implications of mislabeling or recalling products, regulatory agencies and standards organizations have introduced requirements, such as FDA’s UDI (Unique Device ID) mandate.
Human-and-robot collaboration: Opportunities in a rapidly evolving market
Seeing collaborative robots in action quickly puts their contributions into perspective and opens manufacturing in the life sciences arena to new possibilities. However, there are hurdles that remain, many of which are related to mindset. In addition to the economic mindset of justifying investment, collaboration with robots also requires a shift in worker mindset. One thing is certain, cobots are rapidly becoming one of the most important tools and teammates in a manufacturer’s arsenal.
Extracting value from unit-level traceability: Rising to Life Sciences’ data challenge – PART II
Learn in more depth Omron’s MVRC (Mark-Verify-Read-Communicate) traceability deployment methodology and more specifically relevant marking and printing technologies and guidelines. Additional information covers off-line and in-line verification for both labeling and direct part marking applications and provide relevant life science application examples.
Collecting Data from Machines in a Validated Environment
Review a strategy for collecting data from machines in a validated environment. This strategy is utilized by some of the top companies in the Life Sciences arena, including those in medical device manufacturing, pharmaceutical production and laboratory automation.