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analytica 2022

infoteam will be participating at analytica from June 21 to 24, 2022.

analytica is the world's leading trade exhibition for laboratory technology, analytics and biotechnology and will open its doors at the exhibition center in Munich from June 21 to 24. infoteam will be represented in hall B2, booth 308 and will present its expertise in customized software development in general and for the life science industry in particular.

At our booth you can explore and test the smart connected digital laboratory live: Control the magnetic stirrers of our cooperation partner 2mag AG remotely via tablet - and vice versa. Discover how much previously unused data is floating around in laboratories and what versatile use cases and manifold advantages the systematic use and integration into digital (everyday) processes brings with it. Optimize the use of valuable resources such as time, money and employees and increase the quality and efficiency of your laboratories, services, or products.


Get to know infoteam, our service portfolio and our experts:

  • Standards-compliant software development for use in regulated environments
  • Communication standards
    • LADS (infoteam is gold partner and active member of the SPECTARIS working group "Networked Laboratory Devices")
    • Integration of other standards such as AnIML
  • Consulting and workshops
    • Business analysis
    • Requirements and cyber security analysis
    • Technical implementation consulting
    • Phase planning for development projects

For more information about our services and our deep and long-standing expertise in customized software development for the life science industry, please click here.

Technical presentations at analytica

You can also get to know our employees beyond our booth. For example, you can meet Albrecht Liebscher, Key Account Manager Life Science, on June 24 from 11 a.m. in Hall B2 at the Digital Transformation Forum with the technical presentation "Data Consolidation and Enrichment - Going beyond Workflow Automation". Questions and discussions afterwards are expressly encouraged.

  • Abstract: Today's laboratory infrastructures are usually composed of many highly specialized devices from different manufacturers. Different interfaces and data formats make it difficult to connect these systems and integrate them into existing IT infrastructures. The industry, by contrast, has been impressively demonstrating the successful solution for some time now with cyber physical systems, multi-agent systems and established communications standards such as OPC UA. What knowledge can be transferred from this to future-proof laboratories?

No ticket yet?

You still need a ticket to visit us in Munich? No problem - we already have a free ticket waiting for you. Just send us a short mail to lifescience(at)infoteam.de. Our organizational talent Ms. Büttner will contact you, take care of your free ticket and arrange an appointment with you at our booth.