Laboratory

Technology, infrastructure, and analytics solutions will all take center stage at Labvolution 2019. The event will include tech solutions for laboratory across the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as areas such as environmental technology, food technology, biotechnology, medicine, life sciences, and R&D.

Taking place in Hannover, Germany, Labvolution will feature exhibitors from Europe, North America, and East Asia. From agriculture, mining, energy, and education, to technical services, communication, human health, and social work; hence there is ample opportunity to meet peers and collaborate with professionals across industries.

The ZEISS Axiocam 305 mono camera produces high-resolution imaging; so high speeds with state of the art CMOS global shutter technology. The five-megapixel camera allows users to expose and store 36 frames a second at the highest resolution; also offers a highly detailed image showing different contrasts, intensities, and structural details.

Digitization in the laboratory

With MiSelect R System, MiCareo continues to strive towards decoding cell information as precision medicine; so becomes closer to being a reality. Making its first appearance in 2015, smartLAB is the highlight of Labvolution year on year; so with 2019 being no exception. Focusing on networking and interactivity, smartLAB is a collaborative project between institutions and companies from both research and industry and actively promotes digitization in the laboratory.
So a range of demonstrations and events will take place in smartLAB III; with lectures, presentations, and hands-on, interactive workshops filling the three-day program. A selection of the conference agenda includes. Speaker PD Dr. Sascha Beutel will lead the lecture; so covering a collection of laboratory workflows in live demonstrations and showing how the smartLAB interacts with digital systems already in widespread use.
Professor Dr. Christoph Klimmt heads a presentation exploring how the digitization; so of communication in laboratories can create as many opportunities for companies as it can risks. How the digitization of the employee workload occur and the risks employees may face in dealing with information overload; so due to digital technologies are explore in this 20-minute talk.

Voice powered technology in laboratories

Documenting results and discoveries regularly impede scientists in their work. With no convenient way to record findings, scientists are at risk of missing key details; so that may prevent research from being reproduce. This lecture held by Steffen Gloth will explain how voice-powered technology in laboratories enable scientists; so to make notes, record data, create order lists, and set timers and reminders, freeing them up to make advances in their work.

The laboratories of the future are considered in this lecture with speaker M.Sc Michael Peter Skoruppa. They explores ideas such as whether digitization is an overhyped buzzword or a signal that human employees are being replaced by digital counterparts. Hence Visitors to Labvolution 2019 will be able to learn about, work with, and experience the newest innovations in a wide range of sectors all celebrating the best full spectrum of laboratory equipment.
Attendees will also benefit from the chance to find the best equipment for their laboratories at an event with digitization and connectivity at its heart. The event also offers a fantastic opportunity to network with peers and form new connections to advance projects, innovation, and research.