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Process Analytical Technology: The Future of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing is Now
Date:5/7/2013

WASHINGTON DC, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is quickly becoming an integral component in the pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing industries.  Utilizing a low latency network of powerful chemometric instruments, multivariate data analysis software, process control tools, and a central SQL database, PAT provides pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies an edge over their competitors. 

PAT and its benefits are incredible and groundbreaking. Done are they days of a rigid manufacturing line and discarded low-quality batches due to the unforeseen consequences of factory automation "improvements". Instead, PAT is a flexible system capable of keeping pace with the rapid advances in drug development and manufacture. At the core of any PAT system are a set of Critical Process Parameters (CPPs) that are defined based on the manufacturing equipment itself, and those CPPs will function as the independent variables along the production line. By monitoring physical and chemical properties, the manufacturer can also define a set of variable CPP-dependent variables known as Critical Quality Attributes (CQAs) at various stages of the process, allowing the manufacturer to better understand and control the entire process. These CPPs and CQAs are then used in conjunction with a PAT platform to create both unit-level and high-level process line models capable of predicting the precise quality of the end product. After the predictions are made, adjustments can be made and be fed back into integrated control systems such as Siemens SIMATIC PCS7, fine tuning the manufacturing process to further improve product quality and ensure product consistency.

PAT platforms have been developed by automation industry leaders such as Siemens, and current PAT solutions are supported
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