How the Internet of Lab Things, #IoLT, is changing the Laboratory World


More and more devices are including connectivity technology, allowing them to be part of a persistent network. This includes laboratory instruments such as balances. These instruments can become a seamless part of a laboratory’s Internet of Things (IoT) environment, allowing quick interfacing and simple usage. During this session, we will discuss the practical ways of creating an Internet of Lab Things (IoLT) environment, and the technical and regulatory challenges to be expected. Actual devices such as wirelessly-connected instruments, printers and mobile phones will be used to illustrate how IoLT can work in the real world.

Session learnings

The session will discuss and provide practical example of using mobile devices to capture data from Lab instruments and some of the challenges.

Areas covered in this session 

Strategies for implementing
Internet of Laboratory Things
Mobile Devices
Instrument connectivity

Who should benefit

End-users, System Administrators, IT architects and other personnel who is considering using mobile devices to capture data.



MGonzales Paperless Lab Academy

Name: Mark Gonzalez

Title: Technical Director




GLangrish Paperless Lab Academy

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Title: Sales Manager





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