The laboratory industry is undergoing a remarkable transformation, leveraging digital technologies, connectivity, smart solutions, and sustainable practices to redefine the way laboratories operate.
Digitalization streamlines processes, enhances data management and enables advanced analytics in laboratories. Modern labs leverage LIMS, IoT devices, and automation to digitize workflows, track samples, and optimize resource allocation.
Connected labs leverage shared resources, leading to cost savings and accelerated innovation.
Smart technologies enhance lab efficiency, precision, and adaptability. Automated liquid handling systems, robotics, and sensor-based devices revolutionize sample preparation, experimentation, and analysis. These technologies reduce errors, increase throughput, and improve result accuracy.
Smart labs optimize energy consumption, resource utilization, and waste management, promoting sustainability.
We offer you to read 5 of our articles on the latest advancements in laboratory technology. They will give you insights into the major changes the sector is facing right now and how these challenges contribute to creating a more sustainable world.
Abigail Saltmarsh, Camille Rustici, and Leica contributed to these articles.
A Sneak Peek into the Future of Laboratory Technology
At the LABVOLUTION trade show, the premier event for showcasing cutting-edge laboratory technology, we had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of Deutsche Messe. He provided valuable insights into the future of laboratories and the transformative impact of connected, automated, and digital technologies.
3 Lab Technologies Showcased at LABVOLUTION 2023
French company BERTIN Technologies SAS is introducing the Precellys Evolution Touch tissue homogenizer, a new time-saving solution for biological sample preparation.
INTEGRA Biosciences which manufactures laboratory equipment is unveiling the VIAFLO 96 and VIAFLO 384 pipettes which are compact, affordable, and easy to use.
South Korean company Curiosis Inc. is showcasing the Celloger Mini Plus, a live cell imaging system that enables researchers and scientists to monitor and analyze living cells over a long period, even in a hot and humid environment.
Digital Inspection Microscope for Industrial Applications
SPONSORED (by Leica). How to choose the right microscope which helps users achieve efficient workflows? This article discusses factors users should consider before selecting a digital microscope for inspection and quality control (QC) as well as failure analysis (FA) and research and development (R&D).
Experimenting with IoT: Labs of the Future
Labs are getting smarter. The use of innovative technologies such as HoloLens, digital microscopes, and digitization is revolutionizing laboratory processes, enabling remote collaborations, enhancing data visualization, and improving efficiency.
This article presents real-world examples and projects where IoT and augmented reality technologies are being applied in laboratory settings, offering exciting possibilities for scientific research and experimentation.
A New Visual Inspection System for Pre-Filled Syringes
Antares Vision Group’s latest innovation, the VRI-VI 060 S series, is an advanced automatic visual inspection system designed to ensure unparalleled quality inspections of pre-filled syringes (PFS).
Carlo Marconi, General Manager and Business Owner of Inspection Machines, explains how the VRI-VI 060 S series excels in detecting particles, cosmetics, and filling level defects.