Eliminating the Dull, Dangerous and Dirty = Why a Global Automation Strategy is Critical for Successful Implementation
Julie Huxley-Jones, GlaxoSmithKline
Presenting organisations include: AstraZeneca, Unilever, Festo and more.
Robotics & Automation 2016 will focus on the components and technologies used in laboratory automation applications. This is an opportunity for scientific and engineering users to learn about and discuss the implementation of automation components with colleagues and suppliers and gain an understanding of the new technologies and techniques available to automate experiments.
The main focus ares for the meeting will be:
We are still accepting poster abstracts covering any of the topics above before the deadline of 3rd May 2016. Submission is free!
- software for the automated process (control & data)
- data, robotic and process simulation
- automation tools (vision and transportation)