Webcast LIMS without limits to be hosted by ATL
News Jan 11, 2014
Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) will host the first in their 2014 series of webcasts on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, to share information on leveraging LIMS in a mobile world, with tablets such as the iPad and Samsung Galaxy, as well as smart phones. ATL's Mobile Application allows a collector to download relevant sample collection information (chain of custody, date/time stamps, tests/methods, etc.) from the automated scheduler that was set up in the ATL LIMS directly onto their mobile device. Users of this application can view a collection list, enter results for samples that were previously scheduled, and add new samples "on the fly". Field or plant samplers may have
routine collection routes, respond to emergency collection needs or address consumer complaints.
Users connect to ATL's Mobile Application using their web-enabled smart phone or tablet's browser. The ATL Mobile Application website communicates with the Web Service, which communicates with the LIMS database. The ATL LIMS mobile technology allows users to collect data even when no Internet or Wi-Fi connection is available and uploads the data to the LIMS once the user is back in range.
Both field users and laboratory users will benefit from this technology. Primary advantages of ATL's Mobile Application include rapid data access, faster decision-making, enhanced data quality, reduction of costs (labor savings) and increased customer satisfaction.
Recommended attendees include laboratory and quality managers in the analytical, food &
beverage, manufacturing (product/material testing), agriculture, energy, environmental,
water/wastewater, life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and public health sectors.
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