You don't have to spend much time in the lab before you realize that unmonitored equipment can cause huge headaches. The good news is you don't have to live in constant fear of your equipment acting up behind your back.
Lab monitoring is an essential tool for protecting the integrity of your experiments and saving time, money, and resources. It gives you peace of mind and enables you can focus on what really matters.
Despite the importance of lab monitoring, it is still a relatively new tool. Therefore we’ve put together this little guide to give you the rundown on why and how to monitor your equipment for better lab efficiency, better results, and ultimately better science.
Why you should monitor your equipment:
How to leverage lab monitoring for better insights:
How It Works - Remote lab monitoring:
How lab monitoring can prevent instrument failure:
Real-world examples of how different labs utilize monitoring solutions:
- Deploying Wi-Fi monitoring in Harvard Labs
- Polymer Chemistry at Harvard University
- Helping researchers tackle the global bee colony collapse through remote hive monitoring
- Freezer Monitoring at Epiva Therapeutics
- Organic Synthesis at MIT
- Accelerating discoveries by streamlining lab processes at GeneWEAVE, A Division of Roche