Robotic Integration

Automated Incubators & Plate Hotels
The most widely known application of laboratory automation technology is laboratory robotics used to increase the efficiency of scientific research in laboratories. The implementation of LiCONiC technology integrated with other laboratory automation systems and IT systems makes movement of the specimen through the laboratory possible.
Robotic Integration
Laboratories devoted to activities such as high-throughput screening, combinatorial chemistry, automated clinical and analytical testing, diagnostics and many others would not exist without advancements in laboratory automation.
A laboratory automation system consists of robots, conveyor systems, machine vision, and computer hardware and software. Specimen movement and result reporting are based on the identification of specimens using bar coded specimens.
The greatest barrier in developing and implementing a laboratory automation system is the integration of systems, including proprietary commercial laboratory instrumentation and user-defined work cells.
To overcome this hurdle LiCONiC joined The SiLA consortium formed by software suppliers, system integrators and pharma/biotec corporations. This consortium develops and introduces new device and data interface standards allowing rapid integration of lab automation hardware and data management systems.

Due to its deep understanding of the industry demands LiCONiC is a leading supplier to the system integrators in the field of life science research instrumentation.
Featured applications
  • Single plate random access in applications requiring automated open storage space – LiCotel
  • Single plate random access in applications requiring automated controlled environment storage space – StoreX

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