The laboratory of the future opens up previously unforeseeable new opportunities: higher throughput rates, precisely controlled automation processes, and more intelligent collection and analysis of information. Festo is the host of this year’s ELRIG Meeting, Robotics & Automation, on 28 February 2018.
The focus will be on intelligent laboratory automation solutions of the future with the aim of successful research into medicines. Listen and talk to international experts in the fields of Industry 4.0, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, automated decision-making, cloud processing and big data.
Participation is free of charge. The event will be in English.
What you can expect
Reputable speakers from science and industry will present their solution concepts. Besides the presentations, you will have the opportunity to talk with the exhibitors.
Find out about the programme here.
These also include the following highlights:
BionicCobot – collaborative robot
The BionicCobot is based on the human arm not only in terms of its anatomical construction. Like its biological role model, the pneumatic lightweight robot solves many of its tasks with the help of flexible and sensitive movements. Due to this flexibility, it can work directly and safely together with humans.
Automated sample preparation
The focus is on handling liquids and samples, such as feeding in and identifying sample containers, opening and closing sample containers, and feeding in liquids and solids. Both electrical and pneumatic drives are used.
Laboratory automation at Festo
Festo develops components and system solutions for plant manufacturers that have specialised in the automation of laboratory processes. Besides standardised components, Festo develops tailored automation solutions together with its customers. The focus is on handling liquids and samples.