Data Integrity in Data Acquisition

[Live Webinar]


Data acquisition and recording instruments that save data to PC-accessible data files (electronic records) have been available for many years, nearly obsoleting paper data recording devices in most industries. The convenience, accuracy, and reliability of electronic recording technology has become the acceptable norm. However, certain regulated industries such as Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Food and Beverage require a higher level of security and traceability to deem an electronic record equivalent to a paper record including controlled user access, audit trail, and electronic signature functions. Other industries, including heat treatment, environmental compliance monitoring, and power generation have similar needs for secure and traceable recording of their product quality or process data.

In this webinar, we will discuss the data acquisition technology used to meet regulatory and customer requirements for reliability and security, as well as how Yokogawa products meet these specifications.

Other topics include:

  • Secure data recording technology
  • Compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and other regulations
  • A complete data management solution, including:
    • Cyber-security
    • Measurement
    • Recording
    • Convenient viewing of real-time and historical trend data
    • Connectivity to the PC environment
    • Reviewing and archiving the data

Speaker


Steve Byrom

Technical Specialist Team Lead
Yokogawa

Steve started his career in the early 1980s as an electronics technician working on data acquisition equipment, and then moving into applications engineering and technical sales. He joined Yokogawa in 1996 as a Product Specialist in the recorder and data acquisition products group. Soon after, he moved into Product Management for the new paperless data recording products, experiencing the explosive growth of PC software tools and network connectivity and their impact on how industry measures, archives, and reports on important plant process data. Today he works in the technical support group at Yokogawa for data acquisition and control products. For fun Steve is constantly repairing or rebuilding something old, or making something new in his woodshop, or enjoying his audiophile/music habit and traveling with his wife.


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Thursday, May 28, 2020
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