The Laboratory and Process Automation Unit delivers solutions for complex laboratory Automation tasks in biotechnology.
Cell culture, cell culture monitoring, and cell culture expansion, are all typical procedures in many laboratories; they are inadequately automated because the individual requirements of the cell cultures can be very different, depending on the source. Often not all parameters are known and require frequent inspection and manual intervention. Automation in back-coupling with an automated and close observation of the cultures can be a remedy and create the basis for better reproducibility of laboratory results.
Monotone workflows up to flexible, active processes likewise can offer special automated solutions in the laboratory and in production. Proven work steps or devices, as well as particular working materials, can thereby likewise be integrated to avoid a system change.
Automated procedures are reliable and standardised, and they permit easier certification and integration into future production. Small improvements in work-intensive or quality-relevant steps can frequently permit great improvements in quantity and quality.
The unit can rely on its many years of experience, characterised by proximity to the user and direct access to biotechnological laboratory processes.