Collaborative Robotics in practise at the Institute for Lab Automation and Mechatronics
As the strategic and operating environment for Pharmaceutical R&D becomes more cost-constrained and evolving portfolios require increasingly more investment, critical decision-making and methodology is evidently a crucial element in PPM.
It was boooring, so I startet a little experiment. Using Google Deep Dream, I picked some laboratory robots to be transformed into a neuronal network generated image. Every source image went thru 6 “dreaming cycles”, using lots of computing power to reach the so-called LEVEL1. I think this is something nobody has ever done before, and I […]
I recently migrated the “old” forum software (sponsored by myBB) to our own custom solution and implemented lots of new features. This was a major upgrade to the core system and I kindly apologise for any interruption and the poor availability of labautoamtions.com in the past few days. But it`s done. We can enjoy a free and […]
Hans Noser war Dozent für Projekt und Qualitäts Management an der Abteilung Informatik, der Hochschule für Technik in Rapperswil. Unsere Branche, kennt ihn als engagierten Unternehmer und Leiter, erfolgreicher Grossprojekte. Er ist seit 2010 Managing Director bei www.toolpoint.ch und repräsentiert mit dieser Organisation, die halbe Life Science Instruments Industrie. In unserem Interview mit Herr Noser, erfahren wir […]
Yesterday one fellow reader of LabAutoamtions.com said: “You guys are doing great, it`s like this thing has a pulse!” Intentionally this project was planned to be, just a meeting point for people in the lab automation industry. Designed, to make lives of people easier, which are struggling with their devices and robots in the lab. […]
Ooooh, looks like somebody just got 100 members within his Linkedin group. Is this a good sign? I don`t know. I really wanted to come up with something that was new and innovative, that appealed to the lab automation field… There are a few company blogs out there that talk about their new inventions. Every one of them provides […]
For years, RFID helped store owners to get rid of stealing “customers”. But this – Radio Frequency Identification – technology can do a lot more than just triggering loud noise from a store security system. It will definitely be more present in our laboratories in the future.