September 26, 2018   
Gillette Stadium

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An Industrial Automation Approach to Environmental Monitoring System for Viable and Nonviable Particle Monitors.

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM |

This will review the shift towards industrial automation monitoring system away from from PC based software systems for particle counting and microbial monitoring systems.  Additionally how the latest systems incorporate the latest regulatory requirements for monitoring as well as meeting the FDA Guidance for Data Integrity.

  1. How an industrial automation system is different than PC based systems
  2. How an industrial automation system meets the latest regulatory requirements
  3. How particle sensors, microbial air samplers and other environmental inputs are incorporated into an Environmental Monitoring System

Speaker: David Crance | Life Sciences Sales Manager, Particle Measuring Systems

Mr. David Crance is the Life Sciences Sales Manager for Particle Measuring Systems and has been in the Life Sciences business for over 35 years. He has lectured for pharmaceutical societies and organizations throughout the USA and Asia on environmental monitoring systems and their cGMP regulations. He has been an Instructor at the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland for 15 years.

Mr. Crance has been involved in the design and implementation of over 700 environmental monitoring systems. In his role as Life Sciences Sales Manager, Mr. Crance works with leading engineering firms and manufacturers in the designing of Environmental monitoring systems.