5 Reasons the Future of Calibration Will Be Governed By Integration

Edward Simpson

A single error that occurs in a pharmaceutical lab adversely impacts the health of thousands of patients. This is exactly why calibration in a pharmaceutical facility is highly regulated for precision and repeatability. Calibration ensures accurate and reliable measurements as mandated by the regulatory requirements of the International Organization for Standardization. Automation is the best way to overcome the challenges that arise with traditional calibration practices. It ensu...
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