DASGIP launches World's First Bioreactor on the iPhone

DASGIP launches Remote Control Suite for ubiquitous online access to DASGIP bioreactor systems

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DASGIP AG, a leading provider of parallel bioreactor systems at benchtop scale, is giving users of its technology the freedom and flexibility to access their bioprocesses online. The company is premiering its Remote Control Suite at the Biotechnica, which is being held on October 6-8 in Hanover, Germany. Visitors can use an iPhone, iPod touch or notebook computer to remotely observe and access running processes.

"Users can now monitor all relevant process parameters from an office, between business meetings or even from home on the weekend. All they need is a computer and Internet access," said Matthias Arnold, DASGIP Chief Scientific Officer.

Data security is ensured through the implementation of established IT security mechanisms. Remote modifications to all process values are tracked and logged in a central database for transparency and complete documentation. By combining optional features such as an alarm function, scientists can receive around-the-clock notifications that enable them to react promptly when deviations in the planned process occur. With the Remote Control Suite, DASGIP Parallel Bioreactor Systems are offering unmatched bioprocess control at benchtop scale.

All interested Biotechnica attendees are cordially invited to visit DASGIP at its exhibit booth (G25, hall 9) to learn more about the Remote Control Suite and at the same register to win an Apple iPod touch. A drawing will be held each day during the convention at 5:00 pm.
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