Technical details fo the project
Line controller for fully automated production sectors within the pharmaceutical industry based on the combination of software, hardware, services and expert knowledge. The FabEagle®LC software used contains functions that are designed especially for the pharmaceutical industry, such as product configuration and data collection to enhance traceability, recipe management, quality data acquisition, and the mapping of dynamic user workflows such as sampling, changes being confirmed by a second person, and cyclical maintenance/tests that are adapted to the respective setup of the line.
The open integration platform FabEagle®Connect offers a large number of additional standard protocols for machine integration. Individual configuration based on the interfaces provided by each machine manufacturer enables secure and process-oriented communication.
The rollout of the matched software packages is generally virtualized on reliable KISS servers. If required, a distributed IoT infrastructure can be integrated using a K-BOX, which distributes the data load of the machine interfaces.
The entire implementation of the project, from defining the requirements to final commissioning and process qualification, is backed up and validated with qualifications and documents in accordance with GMP.
Advantages for the customer
The integrated approach, consisting of tried and tested hardware and service components, not only significantly
reduces the amount of work required for certification and qualification, but also relieves the customer of the task of
selecting and integrating individual components.
Instead of organizing and communicating with a large number of suppliers, the customer has a central contact person who provides advice and support while implementing the solution and all GMP environment processes. Project progress and time to market are accelerated while significantly reducing project risks at the same time. The result is a modern line controller solution that enables 100% paperless production even in the strictly regulated pharmaceutical environment.