Agilent to host first ‘Future Lab Summit’ in Ahmedabad on July 15th

The Summit will feature workshops for participants to discuss the on-going and future regulatory challenges in food & others

Agilent Technologies Inc. is hosting ‘The Future Lab Summit’ for the first time from Ahmedabad, Gujarat on July 15, 2022.  The theme of the event is ‘Transformation of analytical laboratories to keep up with industry developments.’ The summit will be live-streamed, and more than a thousand scientists and researchers from commercial, scientific, and research communities worldwide are expected to attend.

Agilent is a digital-first company with technological approach that delivers seamless and efficient analytical workflow solutions, bringing positive developments and empowering lab transformations. “The Future Lab Summit aims to build a platform for the scientific community to share their views and suggest strategies about the ‘Lab of the Future’ concept, where innovation meets sustainability.” added Dr. Samir Vyas, Agilent India Country General Manager.

Given the evolving regulatory landscape and increased data generation, the role of digitization and data analytics has become pivotal for optimizing productivity. With the new era of digital transformation and artificial intelligence accelerating future ready labs, Agilent will feature its product portfolios and services that enable, facilitate and power this transformation. The event will showcase Agilent’s latest platforms including, the new LC/MS and GC/MS quadrupole mass spectrometers among others, which represent the latest revolution in Agilent’s over half a century of history in mass spectrometry. The new LC/TQ and GC/TQ products are expected to offer built-in instrument intelligence that can simplify lab operations.

“These new innovative systems are designed to streamline lab analytics and are expected to raise the level of built-in instrument intelligence with a higher level of instrument diagnostics that maximizes system uptime. These products also allow proactive scheduling of routine maintenance and minimize the impact on lab productivity.” said Dr. Samir Vyas.

The Summit will also feature workshops for participants to discuss the on-going and future regulatory challenges in pharma, food, and applied chemical industries with industry leaders and experts from the pharma and applied market organizations.

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