Harnessing voice-powered digital lab assistants to enable user-friendly data collection and integration.
Replacing paper lab notebook by Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELN) allowed a higher digitalization of the data. However, this gain is often at the expense of efficiency as to enter new data, scientists must interrupt their workflow, log into the ELN and type the information into the dedicated space.
At LabTwin, we believe that next-generation data capture is mobile and user-centric. By developing a voice-powered digital lab assistant for scientists, we intend to integrate seamlessly in the workflow while enabling a higher data quality.
Join this live interview of LabTwin Head of Engineering Jonas Kulessa to watch and learn how LabTwin digital lab assistant can:
- Support scientists in their experiment execution
- Ensure seamless data capture at specific points of the workflow
- Increase data quantity and quality with metadata enrichment
- Integrate with lab informatics systems through LabTwin API
This live interview will be followed by a Q&A session to answer questions from the audience.
Head of Engineering at LabTwin
Co-Founder of the award winning category leader “Reading Trainer” Apple App of the year with more than a million paying customers in 120 countries, Jonas is a thought leader and engineering professional in digital platforms and solution architecture. Jonas joined LabTwin with more than 16 years in experiences in the field of IT infrastructure and software engineering. He was Engineering Director at Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures and worked as engineering consultant for numerous small start-ups, mid-sized companies as well as large corporations (DAX) in the areas of e-commerce, health care, fintec, VoD/PayVoD and gaming.
Marketing Communication Manager
Célia joined LabTwin after several years of experience in international research and science communication. After pursuing a PhD in Neurosciences at the French Institute for Medical Research (INSERM), Célia joined the highly innovative Swiss institution EPFL as a neuroscientist where she performed state-of-the-art in vivo experiments. Here, she was engaged in the full digital transformation of her laboratory with the development and integration of LIMS-ELN and connected devices in her daily routine. It is with a deep passion for empowering science efficiency that she joined LabTwin team in their journey to implement the Lab of the Future.
Key Learning Objectives
How scientists can be supported in their experiment execution by LabTwin digital lab assistant
How to ensure seamless data capture at specific points of the workflow
How having a digital companion in the lab increases data quality and quantity
How LabTwin can integrate with lab informatics systems through its Open API