Nicola Ambler Mar 01
Phacilitate Automation Special Interest Group 2018 Report

Phacilitate Automation Special Interest Group: 2018 Report

The 2018 instalment of the Automation SIG identified the biggest hurdles facing our industry. This report summarises the onsite discussions and findings, as well as a series of recommendations to ensure we move forward and progress

Automation is the most efficient solution for reducing cost and process complexity and increasing productivity when it comes to advanced therapies. However, the decision on how, when, and what to automate is far from easy.

 

The Automation SIG is an annual gathering of senior decision-makers, tool developers and engineers and provides a collaborative forum where information can be easily shared and solutions worked on in real-time and throughout the year.

 

This report is written by the 12 rapporteurs that lead each themed working group at the event to communicate the findings and outcomes of the live discussions and polls.

Phacilitate AutomationSIG Report 2018

 

Here's a glance at the contents:

 

There's more information on the 2019 SIG here (subscribers get a 10% discount!).