Building Automation Systems in a PAT Framework

Whitney, Jonathan T.; Granger, Mark A.
September 2005
BioPharm International;Sep2005, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p70
Trade Publication
Reports on the role of building automation technology system in maintaining and validating quality manufacturing environments in the U.S. Provision of closed-loop feedback control and analysis of the process of manufacturing a quality environment with optimum temperature; Details on the regulatory guidance for an innovative approach to pharmaceutical manufacturing and quality assurance; Importance of a manufacturing environment in drug development.


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