Laboratory Agnostic Device Standard
Higher visibility by planning personnel resources, processes, and materials
Orchestration of automated workflows
Bridging the gap between lab and production workflows
Manufacturer-independent open Standard for the Smart Lab 4.0
The efficient networking of machines, automated systems and processes is the key to securing advantages in an increasingly competitive laboratory market. This applies equally to the users of analytical and laboratory equipment as well as to manufacturers. The interdisciplinary and cross-company SPECTARIS 'Networked Laboratory Equipment' working group has taken up the challenge of promoting the standardisation of interfaces in laboratories to serve the industry. The objective of the LADS-project is the creation of a manufacturer-independent open standard which comprehensively takes on board the requirements of various branches, disciplines and business processes, and is sustainable and adaptable to future requirements in the field of digitalisation and automation.
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