The Society of Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) 2020 in San Diego was a record-setting conference for Biosero. The three events we hosted drew crowds of people wanting to know more about our software, Green Button Go™, and workcell integration services.
In our Green Button Go Tutorial and Panel, David Dambman, CTO was joined by John Palan, Director of Systems Engineering at Takeda and Chris Scholl, Director of Automation and Robotics at Cannalysis, to give a tutorial of Green Button Go 2020 and customer experiences with Green Button Go robotic integrations.
At the Biosero booth, we offered live demonstrations that showcased the capabilities of Green Button Go software. It gave everyone a visual of the automation possible with custom workcell integrations.
Biosero welcomed SLAS attendees to our headquarters to enjoy tours of our Acceleration Lab. Guests experienced the advantages of automated lab management through artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, robotics, voice command, and real-time data.