OPTIMIZED SYSTEM PROTOCOLS.
In companies of the life sciences industry, protocols are printed out at many plants. These can be scanned and then assigned to the respective batch as a PDF graphic. The process is labor-intensive and full of gaps because the PDF files cannot be searched by content.
With LiSI PrintOutParser (LiSI = Life Sciences Intelligence) you can increase your quality, your productivity and your transparency. All common print logs can be read and interpreted. Datasets are recognized and extracted by using keywords, and relevant data is recorded in databases and available from there.
The life sciences industry now requires the automation of the process of generating an electronic machine protocol. This includes the automation of batch allocation and import into the batch documentation system. If possible, it should also allow for user data of all kinds to be extracted from the print data. The LISI PrintOutParser fulfills these exact requirements.
- All major print logs are readable and interpretable
- Data is recognized and extracted using keywords
- Creation of a PDF-document
- Relevant data is entered in the database and is accessible from there
|Accurate electronic output of the (previously) printed document||Saves time to scan documents|
|Complete extraction of the textual user data||Availability of data that was previously only available on paper, and that could not be evaluated separately|
|Access to the context-related individual data of the print logs||Fast and automatic assignment to other electronic batch documents of a single batch|
|A solution that supports companies' sustainability programs||Reduce the usage of printers, scanners, ink and paper - an active contribution to environmental protection|