Leveraging extended reality (XR) technology to drive laboratory productivity
Learn how SampleManager XR software and Microsoft HoloLens can support implementing a digital strategy and drive forward digital transformation.
About this on-demand webinar
As organisations look to build and execute a digital transformation strategy, a major focus is how to improve the scientific experience. To maximise the output of the lab, scientists need to be able to rely on technological advancements, innovative software and improved processes. Ultimately, increasing productivity by streamlining day to day activities is a main component in becoming a lab of the future.
One of the major elements driving digital transformation are the innovative technologies being applied to advance science. Capabilities such as augmented or extended reality (XR) provide a vast opportunity for laboratories to leverage technology, increase efficiencies and improve the scientific experience. Connecting laboratory software systems such as Thermo Scientific™ SampleManager™ laboratory information management system (LIMS) to XR devices, such as Microsoft HoloLens, enables scientists to work hands free using XR technology to drive compliance, repeatability and integrity.
The key to creating and implementing a digital strategy is determining where efficiencies can be made and where technologies can provide a competitive edge. In this on-demand webinar, you will learn how SampleManager XR software and Microsoft HoloLens can support those efforts and drive forward digital transformation.
Learning outcomes of this webinar
- The value of a fully connected ecosystem and how to achieve this in your laboratory
- How technological advancements are driving digital transformation
- Additional compliance and data integrity benefits of driving LIMS software using XR devices
- The benefit of deploying emerging technologies to ensure the optimum experience for scientists.
Katie Evans , Senior Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Katie Evans is a Senior Product Manager for the Digital Science business at Thermo Fisher Scientific and is located in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, UK. During her 22 years at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Katie has focused on product management and strategy development of laboratory information management systems (LIMS) software with an emphasis on the needs of laboratories serving regulated markets. Katie received her Master of Science degree from Exeter University, UK.