Industry 4.0 for Pharma Operational Excellence


Research organizations are facing evolving demands and challenges in today’s environment. Changing regulations, improving energy efficiency, protecting workers’ health and safety, reducing costs, and increasing the speed of delivery in the market are changing the face of research facilities. The changing nature of the world and its demands has led laboratories to reexamine lab infrastructure and opt for infrastructure that is future ready.

Digitalization and the Internet of Things (IoT) have transformed the industry. Industry 4.0 technologies are delivering operational improvements across all verticals. Now research facilities and laboratories can benefit too. By embracing the leading technologies research industry can leverage data analytics to optimize performance, improve architecture, enhance occupant comfort, and usher in a new age of smart labs of tomorrow.

A Smart Lab of the future will leverage end-to-end optimization based on data, predictive capabilities, digital services, and automation to reduce energy consumption, practice sustainability, improve health and safety, increase employee productivity, and foster innovative research and development.

The 2nd Edition of MEP Conclave brought together MEP Consultants, MEP Contractors, HVAC Consultants & Contractors, Plumbing Consultants & Contractors, Real Estate Development Companies, Project Management Consultants BIM under one common platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the commercial,
residential, institutional and hospitality MEP industry.

Bhadresh Shivashankar, Regional Project Head – South & South Central represented Kewaunee Labway India.

In his speech, Bhadresh explored on new ways for the Pharma industry to achieve operational excellence. His speech focused on how Industry 4.0 technologies like IoT, AR, and VR can help achieve the goals.

Kewaunee, the global leader in total laboratory solutions, empowers organisations to achieve competitive advantage through safe, efficient, and contemporary laboratories. In existence since 1906, Kewaunee powers the laboratories for over 5,000 customers in more than 100 countries.

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