BioPhorum TRMx insights 05

Broadcast date

Wed, Jun 16, 2021

 

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Quick Description

The BioPhorum plug and play standard was conceived and developed through an industry-wide collaboration to enable the rapid deployment of modular equipment in biopharmaceutical facilities. The standard, co-developed by equipment providers, automation suppliers, and end-users, provides a common structure for defining an equipment’s automation capability. It utilizes existing and proven industry communication standards, eliminating the need for custom communication interfaces. BioPhorum estimates that a manufacturer utilizing the standard would save considerable costs in engineering and validation during the construction of a new manufacturing facility. Eliminating custom interface development can save weeks and even months in deploying automated equipment.

Details

Insight one – 2:00 – 2:45pm GMT (09:00 – 09:45am EST)
Insight into the BioPhorum In-line Monitoring and Real-Time Release Adoption program,

This cross-Phorum team focuses on the question ‘If the technology is ready, what else needs to change to enable real-time product release?’

Members of the team will share the Operational Vision they are developing, bringing it to life with case examples, and would love feedback from the TRMx community.

Insight two – 2:45- 3:30pm GMT (09:45 – 10:30am EST)
BioPhorum TRM Plug and Play for Modular Automation

The BioPhorum plug and play standard was conceived and developed through an industry-wide collaboration to enable the rapid deployment of modular equipment in biopharmaceutical facilities. The standard, co-developed by equipment providers, automation suppliers, and end-users, provides a common structure for defining an equipment’s automation capability. It utilizes existing and proven industry communication standards, eliminating the need for custom communication interfaces. BioPhorum estimates that a manufacturer utilizing the standard would save considerable costs in engineering and validation during the construction of a new manufacturing facility. Eliminating custom interface development can save weeks and even months in deploying automated equipment.

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