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Laboratory Automation

Networking, Standards Compliance, Bottom-Up

Whether it’s the pharmaceutical industry or in-vitro diagnostics (IVD), bioprocess engineering or analytics, the need for future-proof, networked software solutions is constantly growing – keyword: Laboratory 4.0 This calls for modern software which connects laboratory equipment decentrally, automates manual processes without any errors, simplifies daily operations and supports compliance with legal regulations.

With its extensive experience, infoteam develops individual software for device manufacturers, system integrators and laboratory operators. We understand the challenges facing interdisciplinary project teams and provide support, ranging from process analysis, design and development to certification and maintenance of your application. With our ISO 13485-certified quality management system, we cover all IVDD/IVDR and FDA requirements for bioprocess engineering and in-vitro diagnostics. For the pharmaceutical industry and analytics, our software solutions meet the standards of EU-GMP Annex 11 and GAMP.

You can avail of our extensive expertise in software development and our bottom-up approach – we offer framework technologies and individual middleware in response to individual laboratory processes. For consistent data storage in higher systems (e.g. LIMS) and unified control mechanisms, we follow international standards, such as SiLA, OPC UA and AnIML. This gives you the flexibility and quality you need to make the most of your competitive advantages.

Alexander Brendel, Director Life Science


+49 9131 78 00-280

“Software must be tailored to individual processes, not the other way round.”

Alexander Brendel, Director Lab Automation

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