With events across our industry still on Coronavirus hiatus, we’re fully into webinar season as a replacement. For pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, we have a Life Sciences.NOW webinar series.
This series includes eight interactive discussions on digital plant technologies and will provide direction and updates on key manufacturing operation initiatives to improve operational performance, deliver cost effective quality and regulatory compliance and accelerate the product development pipeline.
The objectives for professionals in the Life Sciences industry are to:
- Gain input from stake holders and peers on industry direction, challenges and solutions.
- Shape your strategy on the way solutions are being developed and how to apply them in your facility.
- Experience hands on demonstrations of automation solutions and packages.
- Learn best practices to help you understand the impact and future opportunities for your site.
Here are the dates for each of the eight webinars with the time of each webinar at 15:00 CET / 9am EDT:
- Apply the BioPhorum Digital Plant Maturity Model to Transform your Operations – June 30 & July 2
- Delivering Value of Manufacturing Execution Systems and Phased Deployment – July 7 & 9
- Optimize Life Sciences Facility Throughput – July 14 & 16
- Implement Easy, Flexible Manufacturing Leveraging Common Modules and new Plug and Play Technologies – July 22 & 23
- Improve Life Sciences Equipment Uptime – July 28 & 30
- Get to Market Faster and Reduce Risk with the Emerson Digital Twin – August 4 & 6
- Accelerate the Technology Transfer Process for your Product Development Pipeline – August 11 & 13
- Ensure Product Quality in Real-Time through Process Analytical Technologies – August 18 & 20
Visit the Life Sciences.NOW webinar series page for more information on each of these webinars and to register. You’ll recognize some of the presenters that we’ve featured here on the blog including Michalle Adkins, Ron Rossbach & Alan Johnston to name but a few.
If you’re not in the Life Sciences industry but interested in learning from other available webinars for your industry or areas of interest in automation technologies, visit the Webinar Center section on Emerson.com.