STRATEC, one of the world’s leading companies for laboratory data management solutions, will be present at PLA with its core software product Aurora.
STRATEC provides software systems and direct support to some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated processing laboratories.
Building on an unparalleled breadth of technology and the expertise gained in nearly forty years of automating laboratory processes, STRATEC has established itself as one of the most reliable partners and one-stop provider of end-to-end automation solutions in the fields of in-vitro diagnostics and life sciences.
Spanning the entire instrumentation value chain, STRATEC consults, designs, develops and produces fully automated solutions for its partners in the fields of diagnostics including blood banking. These software products can be either simple instrument/LIS connectivity solutions or large multiple instrument “middleware” solutions. The “core” software is called Aurora Enterprise and has the ability to:
- Capture any data in any format from any source
- Interface multiple platforms like LIS systems and Instruments
- Provide dashboard display critical information
- Import or export instrument data to host system(s)
- Manage test orders and results
STRATEC has recently launched Aurora Vigilant software.
Aurora Vigilant is software which allows labs to electronically enter and manage any laboratory task normally recorded using ‘tick box and signature’ paper-based records. These tasks can be:
- Instrument related maintenance tasks
- General tasks associated with SOP’s and guidelines
Visit the STRATEC booth to discuss their software capability and the various solutions they can offer.
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