Scitara Corporation has launched an advanced integration platform that it says presents a solution to the lab connectivity challenge that has dogged the industry for decades.
The Scitara Scientific Integration Platform (SIP) establishes a flexible and adaptable framework that helps access and share scientific data across the enterprise, supporting the concept of the self-enabled scientist by facilitating a fully connected laboratory and an in situ configurable platform, said the developer.
SIP’s flagship technology, the Scitara Digital Lab Exchange (DLX), forms an independent and vendor-agnostic integration layer with a new level of intelligence and automation in data management for the laboratory, it explained.
CEO, Ajit Nagral, commented: “The problem we have solved for the life sciences sector is the age-old issue of access to data. Without a platform that connects all instrumentation and resources in the lab, the sector will never be able to achieve the digital transformation we’re seeing revolutionize other industries. For the first time, we have delivered a means to achieve true data mobility, overcoming the barriers of legacy systems, lab systems tied to a single vendor, and insurmountable technical debt. Scitara SIP represents a new paradigm for the industry that includes universal connectivity, automation, and end-to-end data integrity.”