Webinar: Digital Transformation of the Laboratory

In the first webinar of Agilent’s Forensics Smart Connected Laboratory Webinar Series, Strategic Business Development Manager Mike Lee will introduce digital transformation and begin to explore how this can improve the speed, efficiency, and reliability of your laboratory. The webinar will take place Thursday, April 25, 2019.

First, the webinar will define what digital transformation is – including the Internet of Things (IOT), Industry/Industrie 4.0, Big Data, Cloud, analytics, and ubiquitous connectivity – and examine how smart, connected systems are driving this revolution. Next, they will discuss an approach to implementing greater digital capabilities in the lab, including barriers for adoption, data privacy and cybersecurity, and the importance of a smart, connected digital platform. Finally, the webinar will discuss how Agilent’s growing portfolio of digital laboratory instruments, software, consumables, and services can improve the scientific and business outcomes of your lab today, tomorrow and in the future.

Detailed Learning Objectives include:

a) The attendee will understand digital transformation, the forces driving that change, and how those translate to the forensics lab.

b) The attendee will be introduced to a framework for change management that will help them understand how to approach digital transformation, including barriers for adoption, cross functional considerations, and data privacy and cybersecurity.

c) The attendee will be introduced to Agilent’s growing portfolio of digital lab solutions of instruments, software, consumables, and services that enable the transformation of the lab today, tomorrow and into the future.

This event is presented by RTI's Center for Forensic Sciences. Click here to learn more and to register. <https://forensicrti.org/introduction-to-digital-transformation-of-the-laboratory-today-tomorrow-and-the-future/>

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