As partners in digital solutions, we understand the complex demands faced by laboratory leaders daily: meeting the highest quality standards, ensuring efficient workflows, and continually fostering innovation. In this highly demanding environment, the iLES Platform is our response today to the challenges of tomorrow – an advanced solution that redefines productivity, efficiency, and digitalization in laboratories. iLES transcends conventional laboratory information management systems, offering an intelligent, fully connected, and flexible laboratory environment tailored precisely to your team's specific needs.
The start of the new year is the perfect opportunity to take a look at the trends and developments that will shape the field of laboratory digitization in 2024 and beyond. Here are the five key trends to watch:
-the advantages of the iLES platform from iVention
In a laboratory, precise and quickly available data can be the decisive competitive advantage. If you want to break down your data silos and benefit from the many advantages of powerful Lab 4.0 technology - then you should take a look at our iVention iLES platform. iLES goes far beyond traditional data management and offers your laboratory an integrated, scalable platform that fits seamlessly into your laboratory's existing IT infrastructure. With iLES, your laboratory can not only increase the efficiency of ongoing processes, but also ensure compliance with stringent regulatory requirements - while supporting the transition to a completely paperless operation.
In the complex world of laboratory automation, machines, software and data work together seamlessly to produce precise and efficient results. Entities" play a crucial role in this network. In this context, entities are defined units of data or information that are used in automated laboratory processes. They can be as simple as a single measured value or as complex as a complete patient profile.
Entities are essential for increasing the efficiency of laboratory processes. By identifying and categorizing data into entities, laboratory systems can process information faster and more accurately. For example, an automated system can recognize an entity defined as "blood glucose level" and process it accordingly to provide accurate test results.
The Future of Lab Automation
Entities, as physical or digital objects and processes, play a crucial role in laboratory workflows. Their integration into digital laboratory systems can optimize processes and unlock automation potential. In this paper, we take a look at the key aspects of entities in the digital lab, how they contribute to increasing efficiency and productivity, and discuss future trends and challenges.