Gilson CEO Nicolas Paris has revealed the company’s direction of focusing on Internet of Things (IoT) cloud-based solutions to improve laboratory data reliability and reproducibility.
Gilson’s initiative focuses on the concept of the IoT, in which a network of connected laboratory devices sends and receives data to the cloud, where that information can be stored, analyzed, refined and shared by lab teams and remote experts. In this manner, scientists will have the most up-to-date protocols, results, and tracking information to support the result of their experiments.
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“The universal challenge facing 21st century life scientists hinges on verifiable data. Trusted and consistent sample preparation is at the core of this challenge. We’re committed to help scientists and to save them time in managing their experimental data, while at the same time making their lab life easier and letting them focus on real science,” commented Mr. Paris.
Over the years, the life science community has recognized Gilson-branded solutions as reliable choices for their research. Mr. Paris further noted, “Our mission is to partner with the scientific community and help researchers advance the pace of discovery. We do this by creating lab tools that improve the results of tomorrow.”