04 - 06 May
The Intelligent Lab Bottle
The number of sample containers used research and production can easily reach the few thousands. Keeping track of these containers and the ability to easily access sample information is vital to fulfill increasing quality requirements.
Use of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems can help to overcome the limitations of traditional paper-based administration, which is elaborate and, most importantly, prone to errors. By using RFID, each container can be identified uniquely and in an automated way. The RFID tag replaces the paperwork typically needed to identify the sample stored in a container, reduces the risk of errors associated with key entry and barcode application, and securely stores event data associated with the processing of each sample.
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Product Manager Life Sciences, DWK Life Sciences
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