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Heading for the networked laboratory

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The networking of data and their machine-based analysis will dominate many areas in the future. Medical laboratories also need to take this step, since too many processes are still done manually and too many devices still work separated from each other. Read our latest Topic of the Month to learn what the way into the networked laboratory world can look like.

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Timo Roth
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Topic of the Month: The laboratory 4.0
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The laboratory 4.0: networked analyses

Topic of the Month

Image: View into a device that automatically processes laboratory samples; Copyright: PantherMedia/Sonar
There is likely no other branch of medicine where you can find as many high-tech devices as in modern laboratories. A major part of diagnostic and biomedical research is done here. A lot of individual steps in work processes need to be followed precisely to ensure the results' quality. Also, a lot of data is generated here. Therefore, the laboratory of the future needs to automate processes and to work with networked devices to avoid errors.
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