LabTwin has always been a good listener—we pride ourselves on LabTwin’s ability to accurately transcribe scientific notation—but now our digital assistant can also speak to scientists. LabTwin can now guide researchers step-by-step through interactive protocols, offer feedback, and provide on-demand access to scientific data.
More good news – we’ve also added a new open API to LabTwin. This means that scientists will be able to access many different external and internal data sources simply by talking to LabTwin. Our digital assistant will be able to integrate information from published databases and webpages with a lab’s own proprietary information from lab equipment, experimental results, informatics and inventory supply systems.
We are launching both these new features at BIO in Philadelphia in June 2019. If you are at BIO, please come and say hello. If not, you can always contact us to learn more about LabTwin or discuss partnership options. You can also find more information on LabTwin’s latest features in our press release here.