Analytical Intelligence enables the company’s systems to automatically detect and resolve problems
Analytical instrumentation specialist Shimadzu will attend analytica in Munich, showcasing its products for chromatography, spectroscopy, spectrometry, TOC, material testing and system software. The company will also debut some products for the European market.
At Booth 502 in hall A1, Shimadzu will showcase its instrumentation and software for applications in industries and science. The company will display its GC, TOC, MALDI and UHPLC products, as well as the MALDImini-1 and UV-1900i, which have been recognised with design awards for their ergonomics and features.
"Our trade show motto 'Faster. Higher. Further.' not only stands for performance as an end in itself, but also for how it benefits customers," said Dr Florian Geistmann, MD of Shimadzu Germany. "Translated into applications, this means 'top performance creates clarity,' in both routine and high-end applications. In the first case, it's about raising consistent reliability to a steadily higher level; in the second, it's about driving knowledge and safety further - from environmental protection, through clinical applications, to quality control."
Analytical Intelligence enables the systems to automatically detect and resolve problems, enabling users to check instrument status, optimise resource allocation and potentially achieve higher throughput. This includes automated support functions that leverage technologies such as M2M, IoT and AI, self-diagnostic capabilities and the acquisition of data regardless of operator skill. "Analytical Intelligence makes lab management easy and enables higher productivity, maximum reliability and better connectivity," said Geistmann.
The company’s web store is also part of the comprehensive scope of services. Consumables for all instrument lines can be ordered online and selected from more than 3,500 products using the direct search function.