One group who are pioneering use of OpenIOLabs is our local makerspace community, an organisation who provide equipment, training and support to local engineers, makers and creatives. Makespace Cambridge is utilising our hardware and OpenIO LabBook to monitor equipment for a variety of reasons.
Thoughts and updates from the OpenIO team
We’re excited to announce that we are adding test equipment capabilities to OpenIOLabs, a new feature which will transform the way you work. Our upgrade now allows you to use test equipment needed to work efficiently day to day.
We’re just back from our trip to Pittcon 2017 in Chicago, our second visit as OpenIOLabs, where we made some fantastic connections once again. We’ve helped more people discover how OpenIOLabs can change the way they work.
How much of your time is lost in organising your lab? A connected lab is what many scientists aim for but the time to implement is small, and what if it doesn’t work? This blog post focuses on the features of a connected lab, the ease of set up and the efficiencies it provides.
Do you find that you’re locked out from using the best equipment because programming languages clash? It is a familiar problem in both academic and industry settings, and one we have overcome at OpenIOLabs with ScriptML™ (Script Meta-Language).
Vendor neutrality has the advantage of allowing you to use equipment from different manufacturers seamlessly – but what other benefits does it offer?
We’re excited to introduce OpenIOLabs, our hardware translator that breaks down programme language barriers and vendor lock-in for great interoperability.