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PRODUCTS

  • Designed specifically for the life sciences industry, Veeva Vault eTMF is the only application that enables active TMF management for real-time inspection readiness, visibility, and control. Seamless interoperability with CTMS and Study Start-up allows sponsors, CROs, and sites to access the same clinical information, streamlining collaboration and increasing efficiency.

  • At Alluxa, we are continually striving to improve our products by researching and developing novel thin-film technologies. Therefore, we welcome any custom optical filter requests for non-standard spectral shapes, unusual coating materials, tunable filters, extreme blocking, or any other challenging technical specifications.

  • The dB-9003 from dB Control is a custom-mounted Integrated Stabilized RF Source (ISRFS) designed to operate in the I and Ka-band frequency range. This product features high accuracy and a wide temperature operating range and can be controlled and set up with a digital port. The units are packaged in a custom configuration with conduction cooling.

  • PAS-X is the market-leading MES (manufacturing execution system) for the pharma and biotech industries. It is run by more than 50 percent of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical and biotech companies and in more than 1000 installations around the globe.

  • The OPTIFLUX 1050 is a cost-effective electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) with lightweight wafer-style design. The meter is a very economical solution for simple applications with conductive liquids (≥ 5 μS/cm) involving low solid content (up to 10%). This particularly includes applications in water, wastewater, mobile applications, agriculture or firefighting where extremely high accuracy, extensive diagnostics or a wide range of communication options are not a priority. The extra isolation of the electronic device and housing makes this EMF also suitable for use in areas with extreme humidity.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Tekton Research Experiences A 'No Findings' FDA Inspection

    As COVID-19 increased its impact on research collaboration and monitoring in 2020, Tekton Research’s desire to move to full remote monitoring intensified. The research site soon realized there was a need for a remote source document monitoring solution --– one that would enable the upload, management and sharing of source documents with monitors and sponsors without redacting sensitive patient information.

  • Adoption Of Single-Use For Final Filtration

    Moving from stainless steel to single-use assemblies for final filtration helps meet production demands and cut costs. Pre-use integrity and prototype testing and handling are important considerations.

  • GIS: A Large Role At A Small Utility

    I did not have any experience with geographic information system (GIS) technology when I was introduced to Esri in 2016. I started my working career on my father's shrimp boat in the late 1970s, when work was scarce. I followed my father's path as a union pipe welder. Quickly I realized that my interests lay elsewhere. My family was a mix of fishermen, construction workers, and other skilled professionals, so I followed suit and delved into a little bit of it all. I found I really enjoyed working in the construction field and chose masonry.

  • Engaging Stakeholders With Visualization And Analytics

    The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, created in 1972 by the Clean Water Act (CWA), helps address water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into the waters of the United States.

  • Texas Cardiology Research Department Transforms Document Access, Fuels Productivity

    What drives an established and experienced clinical research site to completely transform the way they manage regulatory and trial documentation? For South Texas Cardiovascular Consultants, PLLC (STCC) it wasn’t just about paper, it was about what paper forced us to do.

  • Organic Food Manufacturer Installs Vision Inspection And Checkweigher For Reduced Packaging Risks

    Staying on top of technology in a competitive market makes Crofter's Foods a leader in the organic and all natural food industries. Using the METTLER TOLEDO systems, Crofters is able to monitor and verify every product package meets their specifications and offer their customers the advanced tracking information they desire.

  • COVID-19 Clicks: How Phishing Capitalized On A Global Crisis

    As a cybercriminal tactic, phishing is not new. In fact, one of the very first records of the term appeared in an early internet “cracking” application in January of 1996. Despite its age, phishing continues to be one of the most pervasive cyber threats individuals and businesses face. When technology moves at today’s astonishing rates, why is such an old method of internet trickery still so common? The answer is simple: because it’s still wildly successful. Perhaps the more important question, then, is: why are people still clicking? 

  • Meta Biomed Accelerates Digital Transformation

    Meta Biomed's scientists ran hundreds of experiments, but they lacked a clearly defined way of sharing information and knowledge between individuals and teams. They also wanted to centralize their product development data and achieve a more structured way of working to boost innovation, embed quality throughout the supply chain and accelerate product certifications—especially as they sought to become a leading supplier of surgical sutures in the global market. A single, centralized database solution now allows them to hold all of their product development data.

  • How To Avoid Damage To Your Thermal Sensors

    If thermal sensors are used correctly from the get-go, they can be used over many years without any need for repair. This article briefly summarized the four most common causes that significantly influence the measurement accuracy of thermal sensors, as well as corresponding preventive measures.

  • The Potential Return On Investment Of Using ePROs Over Paper In Clinical Trials

    Industry perception is that the start-up costs of implementing an ePRO platform may dwarf the cost of printing and distributing paper diaries by as much as 10 times. However, this does not take into consideration the significant value and return on investment that adopting ePRO technology has had on overall clinical trial costs and timelines due to improvements in data quality and completeness, participant retention and compliance, and study and site efficiency.

  • The Convergence Of GDPR, The HIPAA Security Rule, And Part 11 On U.S. Clinical Research

    As electronic research systems are increasingly relied upon to store participant data, report results, and confirm informed consent, regulatory bodies around the world are re-examining old regulations and developing new ones. Discover what it means for US research.

  • inSOC Builds A SOC With New Open-XDR Platform

    Solution exposes the entire kill chain; combines all key security technologies under a single pane of glass to boost analyst productivity.

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