BIT Presents Its Complete Service Portfolio at AACC 2010

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BIT Analytical Instruments will showcase its BITSMARTSOLUTIONS at the 2010 AACC annual conference held in Anaheim, CA July 27-29. Twenty-seven diagnostic instruments designed, developed and manufactured by BIT will be on display. Featured will be “FingerTip™” – an innovative clinical support software application developed for use in conjunction with the popular Apple iPad®.

The AACC will be held in Anaheim (California, USA) from 27–29 July 2010. Thousands of experts from the field of laboratory medicine will be coming together for the annual meeting of the “American Association for Clinical Chemistry”. The event offers attendees the opportunity to gain an insight into the latest technologies and developments in the industry.

BIT ( will be presenting its entire range of services on an area of more that 860 square feet at the world’s largest exhibition for IVD instrumentation. The exhibition covers the contract manufacture of instrumentation, the development of components for medical devices, BITSMARTSOLUTIONS – system solutions in the field of IVD – and also an innovative platform concept.

One of the highlights will be BIT’s new clinical software “Fingertip™” an innovative clinical instrumentation support software application developed for use in conjunction with the popular Apple iPad®. “Fingertip™” software enables networking (WLAN – remote control of the instruments with flexible scripts) between device manufacturers and developers at an early stage. The software tool can already be utilized during the development phase of a device, thus enabling early diagnosis. It also makes it possible to test each individual module in an assembly at an early stage and not only then when the prototype device is being checked. The integration of the software in the actual testing system of the device means that the tool can also be utilized as a user interface and for service purposes.

With four main locations in the USA, Germany and China, BIT is the leading full-service provider in the field of device development, manufacturing and after-sale service for IVD and medical OEMs. BIT employs a workforce of 180 people, 80% of whom are technicians and engineers.

More information on each of the topics covered at the BIT exhibition is available on our website under “News”:

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