Parallel Processing Advances Bioprocess Development
Product News Jun 15, 2015
The updated graphical user interface provides intuitive process views, user-defined functions, and configurable charts. Thanks to a new database- and core architecture users benefit from faster loading times even with big datasets. Proven functionalities of current DASGIP Control have been improved, such as parallel calibration procedures, comprehensive recipe management, and the seamless integration of offline analytical data. Flexible setpoint profiles enable process automation.
The parallel design of the software facilitates implementation of Quality by Design approaches and accelerates process development. With DASware control 5, researchers and process engineers in both cell culture and microbiology can operate up to 16 benchtop bioreactors in parallel, with each vessel and process parameter individually monitored and controlled. Using the Eppendorf DASbox® Mini Bioreactor System, a single process computer can manage up to 24 bioreactors.
“Our new control software expands upon our established Point-Click-Grow concept for easy handling and integrated workflows.” explains Dr. Stephan Zelle, Product Manager Bioprocess at Eppendorf. “With editable templates it takes users only a few clicks to start their process. Automated reporting and smart tools further enhance data management and analysis of experimental runs.”
DASware control 5 is part of the parallel Eppendorf DASGIP and DASbox bioreactor systems. With DASware migrate, also users of New Brunswick™ and third-party bioreactor systems can benefit from the advantages of the Eppendorf DASware software suite.