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Partner Campus Event: Closing the gap between Product Development and Manufacturing

Common challenges in PAT and continuous manufacturing include connecting data and models to real-time processes, and subsequently assure quality and channel results to desired locations. Most organizations will have multiple data sources that require alignment, which is a natural starting point when planning an end-to-end solution that can bridge R&D efforts with manufacturing that is happening in real time. Ultimately some of the main goals are to reduce time to market and improve quality control systems, and channel output to other applications and systems. CAMO Software would like to invite you to a seminar that addresses some of the most critical parts of the PAT and continuous manufacturing challenges where multivariate data analysis plays a key role. CAMO Software has over 35 years of experience in the multivariate data analysis space, and we will share some of the solutions that can help you effectively model data from various sources as well as model and monitor time-dependent processes in a new fashion to help you manage production and research scenarios with batches in a more optimal way.

Agenda Highlights
  • Assumption-free modeling of time-dependent batch processes

  • Real-time process monitoring for continuous manufacturing

  • PAT best practices and opportunities

  • Speakers:

  • Dr Frank Westad, Chief Scientific Officer

  • Heather Brooke, Chief Chemometrician

  • John Richmond, Business Development Director

  • Guest speaker from Rutgers University

What: Closing the Gap between Product Development and Manufacturing

When: Oct 25 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)

Where: Rutgers University, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Building: 3893 / BME, Campus: Busch, 599 Taylor Road Piscataway , NJ 08854-5610


For questions, comments, or assistance of any type contact C-SOPS at or 848-445-6709/ 848-445-6710

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