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Go Digital.

When a Lab feels the competitive pressure to speed results and improve the accuracy of data, it may be time to explore new technologies. Digital writing, for example, converts handwritten paper forms and documents into electronic data and digital images. Handwriting is captured through the use of digital pen and paper technology. The paper is printed with a microscopic pattern of dots on each page that are used by the digital pen to track its movement across the page. As it writes, the pen orients itself by recording the coordinates of the handwritten strokes on the dot pattern with an embedded digital camera. The pattern of dots is unique on each page allowing the pen to recognize different documents. The handwritten strokes are then stored within the pen's memory until they are routed to the digital writing server. This routing occurs by placing the digital pen in a cradle attached to a network-connected PC, or by triggering a wireless transmission through mobile communication device.

Once LabMedia Partners develops a meaningful business presence in your laboratory we can offer insight and guidance into 21 CFR Part 11 Compliant Solutions. Contact Us to learn more on how digital pen and electronic signature technology are effecting the laboratory industry.