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Just as manufacturers have moved from clipboards and hand-written data collection to automated electronic systems for batch records, many are doing similar things for field instrumentation calibration.
Trends in the life sciences industry include single-use processing, Pharma 4.0, personalized medicine and more
Existing equipment, processes and systems can be retrofitted with wireless instrumentation to improve yield, quality and uptime
Pharma plants depend on plant utilities, and reliable data from wireless instrumentation can make it simpler and less costly to monitor these installations.
All elements and levels of the organization must be engaged to create effective manufacturing processes