Customers Challenged to Think Differently
Dec 15 2014
Leading laboratory equipment supplier Camlab (UK) is proactively helping its customers to improve their workflows by looking at the laboratory environment in a refreshing new way. This innovative approach was ably demonstrated on the Company’s stand at the Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) 2014 conference and exhibition, where visitors could experience a roller coaster ride with Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets, complete with stomach-churning drops, twists and turns that represented the everyday challenges they face in the laboratory.
Delegates showed considerable interest in Camlab’s live demonstration of the Aqua Diagnostic L100 PeCOD analyser for rapid, safe, green and economical measurement of COD in aqueous samples – described by event organiser Leo Carswell as ‘the best exhibitor demonstration’ – discovering at first-hand how measurements could be obtained in under 10 minutes to within 2 % of the certified value. Nick Howe, Automation and Instrumentation Specialist at Camlab, said: “The entire scientific sector is being charged with delivering ‘more for less’, and we are helping our customers to implement the changes necessary to achieve this. WWEM 2014 was an excellent opportunity for us to demonstrate that, by looking at traditional laboratory workflows in a different way, we can help our customers to improve everything from staff training to data management and quality assurance.”
To help you look at your laboratory from a different angle, Camlab will be running its Smoother Laboratory Masterclass Seminar in January 2015. For more information, contact Nick Howe at Nhowe@camlab.co.uk
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