Increasing complexities in scientific informatics, and the sheer number of data formats and technologies, can obstruct or diminish the value delivered to scientists from the available data. Creating a connected IT ecosystem, all while moving towards FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) Data Principles, alleviates those challenges. By integrating with partners such as Scitara™, LabVoice and SciBite, IDBS is creating solutions for our customers to:
- Disentangle and automate lab dataflow for insights and analysis
- Increase safety, efficiency and accuracy with voice-enabled Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) interactions
- Drive towards insights through semantic enrichment of the data
It can be difficult for in-house teams to keep up with all the transformations, maintenance and business requirements needed to synchronize data between systems. IDBS’s partnership with Scitara utilizes the Scitara Digital Lab Exchange DLX™ technology to funnel data from equipment, ranging from simple balances to automation devices, and make this accessible in our spreadsheet and workbook technologies. Scientists can accelerate decisions with lab workflow data from multiple systems at their fingertips.
LabVoice enables users to interact with their IDBS E-WorkBook experiments in a hands-free fashion while in the lab, for instance during in vivo workflows where operating a computer or device while handling animals is difficult.
Often there just isn’t enough context within a scientific body of work to connect information across systems. IDBS is working to improve search and insights with semantic enrichment powered by SciBite. By managing ontologies and using them to annotate E-WorkBook experiments, we can help scientists to find new perspectives that they may otherwise miss.
Join this webinar to discover how the IDBS team is focused on building open partnership integrations to advance the science of tomorrow.
Craig Williamson, Platform Product Owner - Integrations, IDBS
Craig is an organic chemist by training and has enjoyed a prior career in research & development creating novel drug candidates, and developing formulations to combat Alzheimer’s disease. In his current role as a Platform Product Owner at IDBS, Craig is responsible for ensuring that the IDBS platform provides a powerful & comprehensive suite of programming interfaces to enable our diverse community of customers and partners to easily connect their IDBS products to the other assets in their R&D workflows. Craig is also responsible for IDBS’ out-of-box integrations to common informatics systems including Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) & Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS).
Who Should Attend?
Who should attend:
- Lab Scientists
- Data Scientists
- Product Managers
- Heads of Lab
What You Will Learn
You will learn:
- The integration strategy to implement instrumentation and data systems into Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN)
- Better ELN compliance and usage through voice-enabling technologies
- How to find value in the data through semantic enrichment
IDBS helps research and development (R&D) teams around the world make discoveries that have the potential to transform the lives of populations worldwide. Our advanced scientific informatics platform, The E-WorkBook Cloud, enables organizations to securely capture, manage, share and gain insight from their structured and unstructured data.
Our diverse customer list includes 22 of the top 25 global pharmaceutical companies, and other R&D-driven organizations in the biotechnology, agricultural sciences, chemicals, consumer goods, energy, food and beverage, and healthcare serving over 50,000 researchers in 25 countries.
Privately held since 1989, IDBS joined Danaher’s Life Sciences platform at the end of 2017. IDBS will help provide the foundation for a portfolio of life sciences informatics and knowledge management solutions within Danaher that will accelerate the speed of discovering, developing, and producing new drugs and therapies.