The addition of EM’s wireless sensor measurements to ATL’s TITAN® or Sample Master® LIMS will allow customers to monitor the temperature of laboratory equipment such as freezers, refrigerators, incubators, humidity chambers, greenhouses or ovens in real-time. In addition to equipment monitoring they can use the Element-A for ambient monitoring, including the ability to monitor temperature, humidity, pressure and light. This best-in-class technology combination will allow users to affordably meet regulatory compliance goals, enhance data quality and maximize resources.
The Elemental Machines platform gives laboratory personnel peace of mind that their valuable assets are protected. It also saves them time and improves the accuracy of their studies with its AI-powered platform. Instruments and environments are monitored 24/7 for out of range conditions with all data automatically stored in the Cloud.
ATL is introducing this capability as Monitor Plus, a continuous automated monitoring solution, which includes intelligent, wireless sensors that install easily and transmit data via WiFi with a cellular backup in case of a power outage or network interruption. The continuous flow of data is stored in the Cloud, and the Dashboard is a powerful browser-based data analysis tool that provides a wealth of monitoring data plus the ability to provide real-time alerts, 24/7, via text messaging, for potential out of compliance situations to enable rapid mitigation.
“We are delighted to partner with ATL to integrate our Internet of Things network into ATL’s LIMS, providing customers with a continuous data record of their equipment and environment to enable alerting and monitoring, regulatory compliance and accelerating their scientific discovery,” said Robert Pemberton, Vice President of Commercial Operations at Elemental Machines.
“ATL is very excited about adding Monitor Plus, the cutting-edge wireless monitoring technology, as a powerful feature for our TITAN and Sample Master LIMS customers,” said Dr. Christine Paszko, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at ATL. “This will allow laboratories to visualize the temperature and asset data for a more complete understanding of performance, trends and compliance.”
Elemental Machines, based in Cambridge, MA, uses new tools such as IoT, predictive analytics, and data science for process optimization. Access and interpretation of large data volumes is easier thanks to these tools, whose applications are far-reaching: improved processes for biopharma, chemistry, clinical, agriculture and veterinary industries. More information at www.wp.elementalmachines.io.
ATL, headquartered in West End, NC, provides laboratory automation solutions to a variety of industries from analytical, environmental, food & beverage, water and wastewater, chemical, government, public health, clinical testing, forensics and manufacturing. ATL’s LIMS products are installed in more than 600 laboratories worldwide and supported by a steadfast commitment to excellence in product quality, support and training. More information at www.atlab.com.