This presentation features case studies that demonstrate how Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and laboratory automation has been successfully implemented in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) July 21, 2010
The presentation - New Developments in the Use of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and Laboratory Automation – will focus on the integration of process analyzers and process automation together with the use of multivariate tools for design, data acquisition and analysis to improve process understanding and development. The development of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools has provided scientists with the capability to rapidly and efficiently develop an understanding of the appropriate design space as well as the ability to monitor and control, in real time, Critical Quality Attributes (CQA). These technology breakthroughs have enabled industry to meet the demands for improved processes.
The Pharmaceutical and Chemical industries are under increasing pressure to bring products to market faster, at lower costs and with higher quality. Technical breakthroughs and the development of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools has enabled companies to meet these challenges and conduct information-rich experiments that respond to this need for increased process development throughput, downstream consistency and reliability.
“This presentation features several case studies that demonstrate how Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and laboratory automation has been successfully implemented in the Pharmaceutical and Chemical industries. The results achieved will also be discussed,” says Dr. Dominique Hebrault, Senior Technology and Application Consultant and seminar presenter. “This free online seminar will provide attendees with valuable knowledge they can implement immediately.”
METTLER TOLEDO offers a wide range of laboratory and production (plant) Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools that have been used effectively for more than 20 years. Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools can be implemented in both the lab and the plant, with laboratory PAT focused more on the design of a quality process and plant PAT focused on the monitoring and control of the process. In situ FTIR (ReactIR™) and FBRM® support the design of safe and robust processes that build quality into the commercial process. This allows for process consistency and batch repeatability and eliminates failures at the manufacturing scale.
Register is now open for the New Developments in the Use of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and Laboratory Automation online seminar.