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The digital manufacturing revolution and big data in packaging processes will be among the topics addressed at the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Packaging Congress (PHARMAP 2021). The Congress will take place on the 28-29 of June 2021 and will gather heads of pharmaceutical companies and laboratories, packaging and manufacturing directors, clinicians, and IT project managers.

Over the last few decades, the pharmaceutical industry has evolved in small steps. Batch manufacturing gave way to continuous manufacturing, and standardized packaging is being replaced by the personalized packaging processes, not least through the utilisation of digitalization strategies. NOw is the time for a digital revolution in the pharmaceutical industry. Pharma 4.0, with its revolutionary view on digitalization, offers quality and efficiency improvements in packaging and manufacturing.

Smart technologies in packaging and data management in manufacturing are becoming the most transformative force for the pharmaceutical industry. Progress in digital infrastructure will gradually let pharma improve the efficiency of products, facilitate higher levels of quality, and eliminate human intervention in pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging. This is why digitalization in the pharma industry will be one of the topics of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Packaging Congress (PHARMAP 2021).

Pharma 4.0 makes it possible to improve manufacturing processes by saving data and analyzing it for more accurate predictions. Digitalization in pharmaceutical manufacturing, processes of data analytics, and the role of AI with digital development in production will be covered at the PHARMAP 2021 session dedicated to the digital approach in manufacturing.Materials innovation, usage of QR and smart labels, data management and cybersecurity are the most sought after topics of the pharmaceutical packaging industry. The participants of the Congress session, dedicated to the smart and intelligent packaging, will be able to share their opinions on valuable packaging technologies to make it more efficient, personalized and eco-friendly.

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