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VWorks Automation Control

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Create new protocols, connect, and configure devices
Agilent VWorks Automation Control software is a complete and reliable solution for driving integrated laboratory automation throughout the discovery process. The VWorks software enables research enterprises to integrate a diverse group of devices such as robots, liquid handlers, readers, washers, and others to deliver a cohesive, integrated system that ensures maximum throughput and optimal resource utilization.  An intuitive graphical user interface makes it easier for users to create new protocols, connect and configure devices, run protocols, and monitor progress.  A single scalable and dynamic software in your laboratories means you can reduce training costs and maximize productivity while expanding into a complex network of devices.

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