When life science facilities are forced to shut down, or operate with fewer staff, the lack of access can severely impact the lab manager’s ability to monitor critical assets and environments. It is imperative that life science organizations adopt 24/7 real-time, remote-monitoring on all vital equipment and environments. This includes equipment used in laboratories, environmental monitoring and facility monitoring. Some of the critical equipment that can be monitored includes cold storage, cryogenic storage, and incubators; environmental monitoring such as ambient conditions, vivariums, and cleanrooms; and lastly, facility monitoring such as building access, backup generators, and uninterruptible power supplies.
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