By Hal Wehrenberg

What happens when lab automation projects are unsuccessful? One out-take is learning what creates a stronger process and methodology. That's exactly what we found at Tecan after working with several hundred customers on lab automation for multiple projects. This presentation reveals the top 5 pitfalls of custom automation based on real experience.

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Among the lessons presented here are failing to understand what the shift from manual to automated is all about, making too many unsupported assumptions, and failing to future-proof.  The presentation provides valuable detail about the steps an organization needs to take to succeed in embracing automation.  

If you’re considering automation and want to know what it really means, have a look at this presentation. (You’ll never look at a dishwasher in the same way again.)



About the author

Hal Wehrenberg

Hal Wehrenberg

Hal is the Head of Product Management and has been at Tecan for the last eleven years. Before he began at Tecan he was an independent freelance computer programmer. This allowed him to gather a wide range of experience working from concept and project definition to final full implementation of a wide range of solutions. This has been invaluable in his roles at Tecan, where most of his work involves guiding the development of the Fluent platform to more effectively meet their customers’ business needs.

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