Elevate your Inspection Workflow for Medical Devices

Digital, consistent and traceable


This webinar will demonstrate a smart device for traceable microscopy that helps you achieve more consistent visual inspection of medical devices across multiple users. Additionally, this device addresses the daily challenges you may face regarding manual data storage and transfer as well as cumbersome documentation and reporting. See how you can benefit from a digitally enhanced inspection workflow established with the help of Exalta, a smart device for traceable microscopy, by watching this webinar.

Speaker: Dr. Bert Willems

Bert Willems studied Physics at the University of Antwerp, in the Faculty of Science and at Research group for Electron microscopy for materials science (EMAT). After his PhD, he worked as a R&D project leader in diamond research where he expanded his expertise in imaging and spectroscopy methods. Since the beginning of 2014, he provides sales support and training in our Advanced Workflow Solutions Group for Microscopy, Imaging and Metrology Solutions in the German speaking DACH Region for Leica Microsystems.

Learning Objectives:

  • Reliable inspection across multiple users: Guide operators with step-by-step work instructions to make consistent decisions about potential defects.
  • More efficient reporting: Replace manual reporting steps with automated data storage and report generation to reduce potential sources of error.
  • Be prepared for specific regulations like the 21 CFR Part 11 & EU GMP Annex 11 and GxP Good

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