New Parallel Bioprocess Control Software
Sep 30 2013 Read 7427 Times
With Iris 6 Infors HT releases a new SCADA software package for parallel bioprocess control. Iris 6 brings a fresh new look and a whole raft of new features to one of the most flexible and user-friendly bioprocess control software programs available today. A special version for use with Multitron incubation shakers allows comprehensive process validation.
“Beginners will love the modern design and the easy navigation”, said Dr Tony Allman, Product Manager Infors HT. A new ribbon menu provides quick access to the bioreactor and parameter settings. A variety of graphical displays such as correlation and bar graphs allow an easy interpretation of process data. The new version allows the user to annotate on-line graphics while a fermentation is in progress and to time-stamp samples for easy reference.
Advanced features such as the feedback control using sequences allow the experienced user to explore all possibilities of bioprocess control. The seamless integration of both analysed and calculated process parameters gives the users the possibility to achieve a combined record of all process data. “The implementation of off-line analysed parameters like OD or protein yield in the batch record file is great, now I can record all data in one single file,” said Dr Michael Kaempf, Project Leader Bioprocess Development, EMPA (Switzerland). An enhanced reporter module makes creation of batch tickets, data export and printing both comprehensive and simple.
The Iris Parallel Bioprocess Control Software is available in three different packages depending on the type of equipment. The same software provides high quality data acquisition and sophisticated control strategies from shake flask up to pilot production.
All software packages can be qualified for validation purposes relating to FDA CFR Part 11, 21.
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