Monnit Monitoring Team Lead Featured in Biocompare Article
For those choosing to invest in remote lab monitoring systems, it’s about “the cost of not having a robust system in place. Downtime is a massive cost to the industry.”—Kyle Detro, Monnit Monitoring Team Lead
An article, “Remote Monitoring—Finding the Right System” by Hannah Kent-Webb on Biocompare.com, weighs the features and benefits of using life science lab remote monitoring systems. Kent-Webb interviewed Monnit Monitoring Team Lead Kyle Detro for the piece. Detro and other remote monitoring experts responded to some critical questions that bio lab managers and scientists should consider when selecting a remote monitoring system, including:
- Why should life scientists invest in a remote monitoring system?
- What are the essential elements to focus on when comparing systems?
- What key concerns should a remote monitoring system address?
Whether working in a lab or remotely, there are many assets to track. Lab freezers, in particular, should have 24/7 protection and predictive maintenance procedures in place using low-temperature sensors. Automated monitoring is also essential to maintain high efficiency and regulatory compliance. The article can help you with the basics of knowing how to choose and use a remote monitoring system for your unique lab’s needs.