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05/05/2020

Real-time monitoring system – developed with the pharmaceutical industry for the pharmaceutical industry

Real-time monitoring system – developed with the pharmaceutical industry for the pharmaceutical industry

When customers and developers engage in a lively exchange, third parties also benefit. As was the case with Novartis and the Rotronic Monitoring System.

Launched in 2015, the Rotronic Monitoring System (RMS) is now one of the leading real-time and data monitoring systems with countless installations worldwide. The Novartis division NIBR (Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research) has been a customer from the very beginning and with its requirements and feedback has contributed significantly to making the RMS one of the most flexible monitoring systems on the market. The system was originally developed by the pharmaceutical industry for the pharmaceutical industry. Various other industries have long since benefited from the advantages of the modular monitoring system; from small applications to comprehensive solutions with several thousand measuring points and parameters.

We shine a light on the success story with background information on the Novartis project and its concrete
applications as well as the somewhat unconventional way in which Rotronic came to RMS.

We interviewed:

  • Romano Berni, Head of After Sales at Rotronic
  • Michel Legio, Project Manager at Novartis
  • James Pickering, Head of Monitoring Systems at Rotronic
  • Fredi Hagenbucher, Head of Development at Rotronic