The Internet of Things Provides Revolutionary Approaches to Satisfying GxP Requirements
Strict requirements for adherence to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) have been in place for decades now. Innovative tools to enable compliance keep advancing, making it easier to adhere to these practices. One good example is the emergence of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and associated platforms. Whether in a laboratory or manufacturing environment, IoT sensors provide an inexpensive and scalable method for tracking and recording data of interest, such as temperature, pressure, humidity, light, power consumption and other variables.
Alerting and Monitoring of Assets and the Environment
Monitoring assets 24/7 with IoT sensors provides:
- Peace of mind that assets are secure
- Predictive maintenance based on data collected
Quality and Compliance
Cloud-connected IoT sensors offer the perfect balance between data security and data accessibility, allowing the user to more easily comply with industry regulations.
- CFR part 11 compliant
- NIST Traceable
Data Collection from OEM Equipment
- Free data from OEM equipment and make it available in the Cloud
- Get alerts to any out of spec conditions
Cloud-connected IoT sensors provide an inexpensive way to continuously collect data from your equipment, environment and processes. To learn more and get your copy of this white paper, please fill out and submit the form.