Sophisticated process analysis techniques can bring dramatic change to informatics implementations Stuart M. Miller and John M. Petrakis Even before it was called “lab informatics,” the concept of process improvement as a predecessor to informatics system implementations was recognized and accepted as a necessary part of most major lab informatics projects. Yet, today, increasing pressure to get informatics projects done faster and cheaper,...
Effectively Defining LIMS System Requirements: How to launch a successful laboratory automation projectOctober 31, 2006 7:00 pm | by Christine Paszko, Ph.D. | Articles | Comments
The first step of any successful laboratory automation project begins with clearly and succinctly defining the technical requirements of the data management system along with the laboratory manager, end-user, information technology (IT) personnel and all other stakeholder needs requirements. For many projects, this involves the creation of a team that will work to create flow diagrams that capture the business processes and rules
November and the holiday season are upon us again. While it seems like only a few months since I finished last year’s guide, I have managed to locate a new crop of gift suggestions, containing both the unique and the unusual. First, let me suggest a little holiday music. Before you start thinking elevator music, this is not a CD containing the typical list of recycled carols.
With the climatic and geographical changes from north to south, the latitude for finding something to like is wider with California than any other state. From the titanic redwoods to the north, to the idle rich playing golf at Pebble Beach, to skiing at Tahoe, to the isothermal climate of San Diego, California is packed to the gills with people for a reason.
Clinical Analytics (CA) 4.0, the latest version of the on-demand EDC platform, provides a suite of features that facilitate clinical trial data, while automating analysis and management
Each of 16 channels on the OMB-DBK207 and OMB-DBK207/CJC signal conditioning cards accepts an OM5 (5B) isolated analog input module. With DaqView software, users can configure channels to measure
Instrument Manager (IM) version 8.05 is an instrument and LIS independent connectivity and data management system that stands between the instruments or medical devices and the information
The Fluoview FV1000-MPE multiphoton laser scanning microscope system facilitates deep observation and imaging of living or thickly sliced specimens. Neuroscientists and cell biologists
The LiquidIQ interconnect-driven server combines computing, networking and broadband to offer scalability and system control. The server uses AMD64 technology with Direct Connect Architecture
The MDL Registration application assists life sciences research organizations with building and managing the corporate compound registry, which uniquely identifies each substance
The MyEclipse 5.0 Enterprise Workbench is an integrated development environment (IDE) for building Enterprise Java Web and database applications.
The high-performance PCI boards feature 16-bit/1-MHz A/D converters, 16 analog input channels (user expandable to 64), up to four 16-bit/1MHz analog outputs, 24 high-speed digital I/O, two timer outputs, and four 32-bit counters.
OM-CP-TEMP1000FP is a rugged, waterproof, portable, battery-powered, stand-alone high temperature recorder that records up to 32,767 measurements at the -40 to 150°C (-40° to 302°F) temperature range. Its real-time clock ensures that all data is dated and time stamped.
The OMB-DAQSCAN-2000 Series provides analog, digital and frequency I/O capability for Ethernet-based test systems. All models are packaged in a 1U high full rack package and include a rack mount kit that attaches to either the front or the rear of the enclosure.
The OM-CP-BRIDGE110 is a portable data logger featuring a real-time clock module that allows high-speed downloads and extends battery life to more than 10 years (at 15-minute reading rate, 25 degrees Celsius).