What if you could monitor and control your automated lab processes from anywhere? All with just one software? – Then you could simply drag and drop your lab protocols and get started. You could conveniently call up the latest process data via tablet.
The Fraunhofer IPT has faced these challenges and has been automating partially or fully automated laboratory processes for 10 years now – especially in the field of cell and gene therapeutics. The scalable, automated laboratory processes thus enable an increase in throughput and product quality. Successful use in the laboratory requires holistic, intuitive control software. For this purpose, the Fraunhofer IPT has developed the customized software cope.life.
cope.life offers device-specific drivers for your laboratory devices and thus enables a service-oriented interface. The various capabilities of the devices are thus modeled in services and can be combined into process chains. In this way, individual laboratory processes can be created flexibly and executed at a defined point in time. In cope.life, all data of their measurement are clearly displayed and stored. In addition, all procedures and measurement processes are automatically documented and, for example, prepared for compliance with regulations (e.g. GAMP). The web-based GUI offers clear monitoring and control of devices and processes from mobile devices in the network. If several process chains are executed on your devices, the scheduling determines the optimal order of the jobs.