Optimal brings automation innovations to ISPE Barcelona 2017

Optimal Industrial Automation will be showcasing its range of automation solutions at the ISPE Barcelona

Engineers from automation software company, Optimal Industrial Automation, will be available to discuss synTQ software and general automation and system integration requirements at Table No.2 of ISPE.

synTQ collects and processes data concerning product attributes and real-time process parameters and runs multivariate functions, with pre and post processing where appropriate.

Information is then analysed and enacted on via closed loop control in real-time, which allows the system to control product quality attributes during production.

Optimal will also be displaying its wide ranging automation expertise, including system integration, industrial databases, SCADA, networking and PLCs.

Experts will be on stand to impart knowledge on Optimal’s vision package synTI, a modular vision software framework that allows serialisation, including easy inspection and verification operations when used with cameras, scanners or sensors.

Martin Gadsby, Director at Optimal said: “While pharmaceutical products have been notoriously difficult to produce and verify continuously, we have developed a proven regulatory compliant system that can produce these compounds to the highest quality standards.”

“Speed of manufacture and supply could also help to alleviate drug shortages, so we can benefit both the market and patient simultaneously.”

ISPE Barcelona

The ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering) Conference in Barcelona will take place at the Fira Center in Crowne Plaza Barcelona, 3–5 April.

The event will promote discussion on everything from managing drug shortages to evolving automation platforms and regulations.

One of the key subjects of discussion at ISPE Barcelona will be how pharmaceutical product design is suited to automated manufacture

This is particularly relevant to synTQ, the company said, as it is one of the products spurring the industry towards connecting lab development to continuous production.

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