Volume 3, #4The Scientist February 20, 1989

Pittcon: Hardware, Software on Display

In addition to an array of new scientific instruments and tools, a variety of hardware and software products developed for the scientific market will be introduced at next month's Pittsburgh Conference & Exposition on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy. See page 24 for more details on the conference.


Advanced Systems Management of Baton Rouge, La., says it has developed a software package, called QC 3000, to meet the specific data-handling requirements of chemists in QA/QC laboratories. Features such as automatic generation of sample labels (complete with hazardous material warnings and barcodes), a seven-day system sample calendar, and semiautomated and automated log-in are included to meet the needs of both continuous and batch operations. The package cross-checks results against a wide range of in-process, final product, and customer specifications as data is being entered. The process...

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