How the Internet of Lab Things, #IoLT, is changing the Laboratory World
Presenter: Mark Gonzalez, Technical Director at LabWare
Mark Gonzalez is Technical Director for LabWare’s European operations and is also responsible for LabWare’s Nordic organisation. He has been involved in Laboratory Informatics for over 30 years.
After a few years working as a LIMS Administrator, Mark moved over to the vendor side of LIMS, working in a variety of jobs from Technical Representative to Software Development Manager.
In 1995, Mark joined LabWare, who were looking to achieve in Europe the same success they had achieved within the USA. Mark implemented the first installations of LabWare’s software within Europe.
Presenter: Graham Langrish, Sales Manager at LabWare
Graham is Sales Manager Life Sciences for LabWare Ltd, for the UK and Ireland. Graham has been involved in Laboratory Informatics for more than 25 years.
After initially starting life in the Analytical Instrumentation arena, Graham joined Thermo LabSystems where he had responsible for CDS and LIMS, from there moving to LabVantage and IDBS.
In 2014, Graham joined LabWare to continue LabWare’s success in providing LIMS and ELN with in the UK and Ireland territory.
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.
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
Who should benefit
End-users, System Administrators, IT architects and other personnel who is considering using mobile devices to capture data.
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