Oslo, Norway - November 16, 2009: CAMO Software, a leading supplier of multivariate analysis (MVA) and Design of Experiments (DoE) software, today joined CPACT, a world-class multi-disciplinary centre involved with process analytics, monitoring and control technologies in the chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, food and materials processing industries.
“We are in a new development phase which will prove to be very useful for CPACT in drawing upon our expertise gained through many years in the multivariate world”, says Dr. Frank Westad, Chief Scientific Officer in CAMO Software.
"CAMO Software is determined to show the capabilities in its tools, combined with a clear focus on science and innovation. CPACT has an impressive research expertise and a clear understanding of the needs of the industry, which is in line with our philosophy and views. “Therefore, CAMO Software is now part of the CPACT community, to ensure that the scientists are applying the latest developments and use the analytical tools to its full potential”, says Kenneth Olafsson, Account Manager CAMO Software Ireland and the United Kingdom.
“CAMO is set to capture the interest of the process and manufacturing sectors through a continued focus on PAT and QbD in our product development. The release of the next generation of CAMO solutions,
The Unscrambler® GenX, will create a new opportunity for our clients to implement cost effective process monitoring solutions”, says Brad Swarbrick, Product Manager and Pharmaceutical Business Development Manager, CAMO Software.
CAMO Software has a long standing reputation for developing and providing quality multivariate analysis software solutions to academic, industrial and research organizations. CPACT membership will expand the network of CAMO Software into the UK and Ireland markets and provide an opportunity to be part of research projects that has a potential of process improvements.
"It gives me great pleasure to welcome CAMO to CPACT. CAMO and CPACT are internationally recognised organisations with strong complementary research and development records. We have much to offer each other and I look forward to a long and fruitful partnership”, says Colin Clarke, CPACT Chairman.
For more information please visit www.camo.com
The Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (CPACT) is a unique multidisciplinary Centre formed in July 1997 through the Foresight Challenge initiative. CPACT brings together chemical and process engineers, analytical chemists, control systems engineers, chemometricians, signal processing engineers, and statisticians, from academia and industry, to research solutions to generic problems in process monitoring and control. The research in industry-shaped and provides routes to tangible scientific and technological benefits in process manufacturing.
CPACT addresses the manufacturing challenges being faced by the chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, food and materials processing industries through the unique synergy of end-user process manufacturers, analytical vendor companies and control systems solution providers.
For further information, please visit www.cpact.com
Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, CAMO Software is a leading scientific and sensory software development company offering a complete range of multivariate data analysis solutions, which can be used to assist to implement a process of analytical technology (PAT) and quality by design (QbD) into their facilities.
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