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With the increasing number of mobile platforms emerging each year, the question of how to effectively utilize mobile devices in the laboratory becomes more important. This session will focus on how to ...

With the increasing number of mobile platforms emerging each year, the question of how to effectively utilize mobile devices in the laboratory becomes more important. This session will focus on how to improve the effectiveness of the scientist through improved laboratory ergonomics, leveraging mobile

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(ATS6-APP04) Flexible Data Capture for Improved Laboratory Ergonomics (ATS6-APP04) Flexible Data Capture for Improved Laboratory Ergonomics Presentation Transcript

  • (ATS6-APP04) Flexible Data Capturefor Improved Laboratory ErgonomicsTodd Clement / Mike WilsonAccelrys ELN Product ManagementPlatform Product Managementtodd.clement@accelrys.com / mike.wilson@accelrys.com
  • The information on the roadmap and future software development efforts areintended to outline general product direction and should not be relied on in makinga purchasing decision.
  • Content• Use of mobile devices in the laboratory• Categories of need• Initial Proof of Concept application• Potential use cases and direction
  • Not “miniaturized” versions of current applications:How Do We See Mobile Devices Being Used?• Different UI Experiences for mobileapps• Form factor and Usability• Need small, well defined “system” ofapps for users• ‘units of functionality’• Atomic, meaningful features• Application behavior lives on server• Apps work together against shareddata
  • Two Broad Categories Identified So FarData Access• Information browsing• Real-time status management:• Lab Management functionality – take action on status andworkflow informationData Entry (Targeted Activities)• Targeted product workflows, for example:• Inventory Check-in/Check-out with photo barcode reader• Balance integration and data capture
  • Laboratory Observations and AnnotationsExperiment PlanningExperimentSetupLaboratoryProcedureData CaptureCalculationsMethodologyExperiment Resultsand ConclusionsDesktopFunctions
  • Laboratory Observations and AnnotationsExperiment PlanningExperimentSetupLaboratoryProcedureData CaptureCalculationsMethodologyExperiment Resultsand ConclusionsRecord Text Entry forObservationsImage Capture andAnnotation
  • Laboratory Observations and AnnotationsExperiment PlanningExperimentSetupLaboratoryProcedureData CaptureCalculationsMethodologyExperiment Resultsand ConclusionsData Analysisand SummationDesktopFunctions
  • Office DesktopExecution in LabImprove Process Ergonomics<Tech. 1> - Samsung App<Tech. 1> - Windows 8 AppLIMS<Tech. 1> - Web AppEBRAccelrys ELNEKB
  • Data Capture Design Pathways<Tech. 1>Samsung AppCommon DataModelAccelrysELN<Tech. 1>Windows 8 AppDataStoreDataCaptureServiceCRO Tech DataModelCRODataStoreAdapt to Data Flowand SegmentationRequirementsLegend… Application… Standard… Service… StorageFlexible Back EndData DestinationLIMS<Tech. 1>Web App
  • Initial Proof of Concept – Basic Workflow• Plan experiment at your desk• Move to the lab to execute and capture observationsusing mobile applications– Android– Windows 8– Others…• Back to the desk to finish experiment in AELN– Final observations, analysis, send for witnessing
  • DemoIncorporating the mobile device in the scientific workflow• Proof of Concept mobile data capture application• Documenting experimental observations
  • Potential New Use Cases• Form-based data capture– Simple data entry of predefinedfields• Procedure/Method execution– Operations predefined by thescientist– Enforced order of execution– Signatures and second-personverification• Others?
  • • Priority of Mobile Device OS Support– Windows 8– Android– Web Application, IE8, IE9– iOS• Priority of Device Compatibility– Full Size Tablets– Phone– Mini-size Tablets (~7”)Platform and OS Support Requirements
  • • Observation capture application to be released later this year• Future direction being determined based on customerfeedback– Contact Todd Clement or Mike Wilson if you are interested incollaborating on the new features we reviewed• Other Accelrys ELN Sessions– (ATS6-Roadmap03) Accelrys ELN Roadmap– (ATS6-APP06) Accelrys LIMS and Accelrys ELN integration– (ATS6-APP07) Configuration of Accelrys ELN to Clone to the LatestTemplate Version– (ATS6-DEV07) Building widgets for ELN home page– (ATS6-APP09) ELN configuration management with ADMSummary
  • Questions?
  • Screenshot DemoIncorporating the mobile device in the scientific workflow
  • Experiment created in Accelrys ELN
  • Android Capturing Experimental Observations in the LabFrom your Androiddevice, start the AccelrysData Capture AppSelect from your availableexperiments
  • Android Capturing Experimental Observations in the LabTake a picture atexperiment timeUse keyboard to enter textOr switch to voicerecognition to recordobservationsSend the capturedobservations to theexperiment record
  • Observations Become Part of the ExperimentObservations become part ofthe experiment – includingDate and Time StampAnnotate images from theopen experiment
  • Win 8 Capturing Experimental Observations in the LabSelect from your availableexperimentsUse keyboard entry orhandwriting recognition toenter observationsSend the capturedobservations with dateand time stamp to theexperiment record