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PRODUCTS

  • Festo Pneumatic Actuators

    Actuating components, such as cylinders, electric linear actuators and axes, as well as their attachments and accessories. Pneumatic actuators are intended to convert pressure energy into motion energy; this process involves the transmission and transfer of forces.

  • Pharmaceutical Automation Systems

    In the field of biotech, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, the pressure to increase productivity and reduce costs can cause headaches. The remedy: efficiently automated systems. Festo has solutions that guarantee reliably reproducible product quality and make your systems more flexible – from API manufacturing and formulation, right on up to filling and packaging.

  • Pharmaceutical Water Activity Analyzer: FMS

    LIGHTHOUSE’s FMS-Water Activity Analyzer measures the water activity (% RH) of drug product samples.

  • Feeders For Dispensing To Bioreactors

    The Coperion K-Tron PH line of pharmaceutical design loss-in-weight feeders is ideal for the contained batch dispensing of powders direct to the reactor tank or vessel.

  • Downdraft Grinding Tables

    Tri-Mer’s Wet Station Downdraft Grinding Tables feature a grated work surface and a height-adjustable workstation.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • How To Build A Deep Learning Classification System For Less Than $1000 USD

    Deep learning is set to alter the machine vision landscape, enabling new applications and disrupting established markets. It’s never been easier to get started, but where do you begin? This article provides an easy-to-follow guide to building a deep learning inference system for less than $1000.

  • Basket Clinical Trial Designs: The Key To Testing Innovative Therapies Is Innovation In Study Design And Conduct

    As the science behind therapeutic interventions has deepened and grown, the clinical trial designs through which those interventions can be best tested have evolved as well. To study therapies directed against specific abnormalities, in cancer for example, it may make sense to include anyone with the target abnormality in the trial population, regardless of the location of their cancer.

  • The Smart Buyer’s Guide To Choosing The Right PTU

    Many times, system integrators and camera system designers are asked to add pan/tilt capabilities to an existing sensor. There many factors to consider with this challenge, especially since this addition can have a large impact on the system cost, reliability, and performance. 

  • With A Focus On Customer Convenience, Wag! Is The Model For Mobile-First Support

    Ask any dog owner and they will tell you that their dog is more than just a pet, they are a member of the family. From the moment they meet, owners create a lifetime bond, and care for their furry friends. Dog owners will go to great lengths to provide the best food, treats, toys, and especially health and wellness care. 

  • Rotary Piston Filling & Sealing System Benefits A Cream Cheese Processor

    A cream cheese manufacturer spent years grappling with how to deal with the product’s high viscosity. Implementing a rotary piston filling and sealing machine was the company's best solution.

  • Why Choose a Site Network for Your Clinical Trials?

    How global site networks can effectively address timeline, budget and data quality concerns, by providing access to multiple experienced sites within a single network, providing cost savings through reduction of the total number of sites used and recruitment of a large volume of patients.

  • The Complete EDC Buyer’s Guide: What Should You Be Looking For?

    Navigate the process of EDC vendor selection and make a better-informed purchase decision on this key technology for clinical research.

  • Capabilities For Clinical Studies In Contraception

    Contraception studies involve a variety of unique operational and methodological considerations that may vary at different stages of development. This paper explains those considerations as well as key risks and mitigations in contraception studies.

  • 3 Ways To Future-Proof Your Payment Integration

    What’s the best way to future-proof something as complex as payment integration? The past few years have posed a challenge to point-of-sale (POS) and business management software providers faced with integrating payments to their software solutions.

  • Viscous Products No Match For New Container Closure Integrity Technology

    New product types and packaging configurations, such as highly viscous formulations, pose a threat to traditional leak-testing methods, challenging current practices for container closure integrity testing. 

  • Raising Standards Through Collaboration

    Agreed standards will drive all industry players towards the same goal: better bioprocessing. And efforts from BPOG, among others, are leading the way.

  • Robotic Process Automation In Revenue Cycle: A Report From The Front

    Over the last couple of years we completed several robotic process automation (RPA) projects for healthcare providers. Some projects automated a single process that interacted with one internal technology platform, while others automated multi-step processes with complex decision rules that involved multiple internal and external systems. In particular, we recently completed the automation of the insurance and benefits verification, authorization and referral management processes within the front end revenue cycle for a multi-hospital system. This article summarizes some of our learnings from simple and complex implementations and describes key steps providers can undertake to reap the potential benefits of this technology.

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