On-demand webinar: Unifying science for infrastructure-level lab automation
Connecting multiple labs or experiments
First, there was benchtop instrument-level automation, followed by integrated instrument automation, and now infrastructure-level automation: the ability to connect data and unify science, across multiple geographically distributed labs, or even separate workcells under the same roof.
We provide solutions that integrate benchtop instruments and smaller automation with a single digital platform to maximise the utilisation of existing lab instruments and information networks.
In this webinar Director of product applications at Automata, Russell Green, showcases how to bridge existing automation together to achieve end-to-end automated workflows in the transition to infrastructure-level automation:
- Multi-site decentralized automation
- End-to-end automated workflows
- Multifunctional centralised automation to service varying site demand
- Multi-workcell shared capability infrastructure
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In this webinar Russell Green showcases how to bridge existing automation together to achieve end-to-end automated workflows in the transition to infrastructure-level automation.