CRB Out & About – ISPE Aseptic Conference!
Feb 11, 2019
The 2019 ISPE Aseptic Conference being held March 18-19 in North Bethesda, MD, focuses on the future of aseptic processing, including containment, multi-product facilities, and the increasing use of robotics. The attendees at the Aseptic Conference will be looking to not only learn about best practices in the industry, they also want to find out what are the latest and greatest in aseptic processing technologies.
If you have any clients attending, please make sure to direct them to our booth (#301) to meet with any of our thought leaders.
Also, Christa Myers is on the Program Committee for this event and has contributed in putting together a worthy agenda featuring game-changing speakers, strategic networking, and the latest advancements in barrier technologies, and actionable strategies from engaging education sessions. A couple of those sessions are being spear-headed by CRB’s own Lisa Dorn and Todd Vaughn.
Robotics in Aseptic Processing – A Paradigm Shift
Speaker: Todd Vaughn
People are the single biggest contributor to microbiological contamination in any cleanroom. This coupled to the increasingly complex and often highly potent products requires human interaction to be minimized as much as possible. Or even to eliminate people from the process altogether. Developing new technology and harnessing the power of Industry 4 will shortly be changing how we view aseptic processing and human involvement. We are about to enter an age of robotic revolution, not evolution…
Cleaning and Cross Contamination
Speaker: Lisa Dorn
Meet and network with experts and industry colleagues to discuss topics of interest in containment and potent product manufacturing. This interactive session provides the opportunity to discuss specific questions in detail in small groups. Topics include Annex 1 impact on potent products, cleaning and cross-contamination, and design of high potent filling lines.
For more information, click here.