This free webinar will provide an essential overview of robotics and digitalization in aseptic pharmaceutical manufacturing.
The pharmaceutical industry is known as well-regulated and thus very slow in adopting innovation and new technologies.
While the COVID pandemic was accelerating the speed of digitalization, which led to major investments in this area, the trend towards robotics is unbroken and pushed by the publication of the new EU GMP Annex1 (2023).
The use of robotics can lead to significant quality and efficiency gains, and even more importantly it protects the pharmaceutical product from contamination caused by operator interventions.
This webinar will provide an essential overview of robotics and digitalization in aseptic pharmaceutical manufacturing.
This course is part of our GxP (Good x Practice) training course collection, which feature a variety of topic areas to ensure you comply with the regulations and quality guidelines.
Sterile Medicinal Product Manufacturers in the following departments:
The webinar will also be of interest to:
Daniel Sturm is a Global Product Manager at Syntegon. In his role as Global Product Manager, he is responsible for the Automation and Robotics in Syntegon’s Pharma Liquid Portfolio.
Daniel has a strong focus on pushing Digitalization and Automation - creating value for the customers and supporting them on their journey to the aseptic manufacturing of the future.
He holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechatronics and an MBA in International Management, and has more than 14 years of experience in the primary and secondary packaging industry for liquid and solid pharmaceuticals.
As a former software developer and software project manager he has a deep background in software development combined with a pharmaceutical industry expertise.
14 February 2024
13:30-15:00 UK (London) (UTC+00)
14:30-16:00 Paris (UTC+01)
08:30-10:00 New York (UTC-05)
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