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How GxP-regulated laboratories can use digitization as an opportunity

Industry 4.0 concepts that support regulatory compliance and data integrity in lab environments

Wolfgang Boos

A few years ago the term “Industry 4.0” was used to describe a future vision of digitized production. This concept is now being implemented by industry. It is characterized by a high degree of automation and networked processes, without which global competitiveness would no longer be achievable.

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Wolfgang Boos

Wolfgang Boos, born in 1965, initially trained as an Information Technician before st (…)

Dr. Maria Hoppe

Maria Hoppe, born in 1987, studied chemistry from 2007 to 2013 at the Free University (…)

Dr. Marcus Menger

Marcus Menger, born in 1969, graduated with a diploma in chemistry from the Georg-Aug (…)

Denise Czepluch

Denise Czepluch, born in 1984, holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the Free Uni (…)

Dr. Uwe S. Pracht

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Daniel W. Fuchs

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