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How the Internet of Things Validates the Lab of the Future

Imagine a laboratory in the future where all devices and instruments communicate their status, activities and data with each other and with enterprise information systems. Data would be acquired without manual intervention.

As the Internet of Things approaches mainstream adoption and standards for data exchange among devices mature, smart labs can become a reality. In this white paper we discuss:

  • The Evolution of the Laboratory
  • How Internet of Things (IoT) is a key supporting technology for Labs of the Future
  • The Components of a Connected Lab
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