Single-use bioprocess technology has become near ubiquitous within biologics manufacturing facilities. Benefits such as the avoidance of product cross contamination, flexibility process configurations and reduced capital expenditure requirements are especially attractive to contract manufacturing organizations. Single-use processing steps can be manual, semi-automated or fully automated. Many biomanufacturers are still evaluating the level of automation that is appropriate within their operations before making facility investments they will need to live with for years to come.
This webinar will look at a project to automate a single-use, final bulk filtration and dispense processing step at Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies, a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing organization. The decision-making process used to proceed with the project, the project execution and the outcomes of the project will all be described.
A key component of the project was to define the level of automation that was appropriate for Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies in order to deliver the required benefits of process control and consistency, increased speed and operational flexibility.
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Key Learning Objectives
Understand the potential benefits of automating single-use bioprocessing steps.
Understand how to evaluate the level of automation that is appropriate for your bioprocessing step.
Understand critical success factors in implementing a single-use automation project.
Understand the capabilities of the automated solution developed by Parker domnick hunter.
This webinar is presented by Dr Nick Hutchinson, Market Development Manager (Pharma & Biotech), Parker domnick hunter and Dr Paul Bird, Head of the Manufacturing Engineering Group, FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies.
This webinar presents a case study where the final filtration and dispensing of biologics in a closed single-use system was automated at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies.
Successful Implementation of Automation in Single-Use Bioprocessing