Melting Blog: Life Sciences & Process Automation

What's trending in the world of digitalization and automation? The COPA-DATA blog about the fusion of OT and IT with zenon.

Managing the energy crisis in UK manufacturing

By Martyn Williams

Martyn Williams, managing director of COPA-DATA UK examines the role of EDMS in helping manufacturers through the energy crisis.

Bridging the gap for Pharma 4.0

By Alexandra Hughes

Alexandra Hughes explains how zenon can help pharmaceutical manufacturers embrace Pharma 4.0 and integrate automation into their operation.

MTP revolutionizing industries

By Johannes Petrowisch

All you need to know about modular production and how the manufacturer-independent standard, Module Type Package (MTP), is revolutionizing industries.

Line execution systems for production processes

By Giuseppe Menin

Giuseppe Menin explains how implementing a line execution system helps to tackle some of the major challenges involved in production line manufacturing.

Go modular – Why manufacturers stand to gain from plug and produce systems

By Stefan Reuther

Let's take a look at how rising demand for smaller batch production and individualized automation can be met across process manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries.

Continuous Manufacturing in pharma: benefits and challenges.

By Giuseppe Menin

Let's take a look at why continuous manufacturing is a real-life example of how predictive analytics techniques can revolutionize the way a solid-dose drug is produced.

A modular approach for pharma preparation area

By Giuseppe Menin

Giuseppe Menin, Industry Manager Pharmaceutical at COPA-DATA, explains why modular production is crucial for enabling more flexible pharmaceutical production.

Technology to transform the capture and processing of drug safety data

By Alexandra Hughes

Let's explore why industrial software is critical to achieving the goal of pharmacovigilance.

Shifting from systems to a service-oriented architecture

By Giuseppe Menin

Let me try to explain why digital integration in pharmaceutical manufacturing must evolve to keep pace with ongoing development.