More than 70% of instruments in life sciences R&D can be monitored with internal hardware and sensors, minimizing, or completely eliminating, the need for external probes. This results in time savings on installation, maintenance, calibration and repair of both probes and instruments. Additionally, direct acquisition of actionable data generated from instruments improves data-driven decision-making. One of the most common use cases that benefit from direct instrument integrations is in the case of CO2 incubator monitoring.
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