Brooks Automation will feature newly expanded automation capabilities at the upcoming 2023 AACC Clinical Lab Expo July 25-27 in Anaheim, California. 

Brooks’ automation capabilities were recently bolstered by its acquisition of Aim Lab, bringing an additional 40 years of clinical laboratory automation experience and technical expertise to better meet customer needs, according to the company. Show attendees will see the Brooks robots and automation modules working together in AACC Booths 4021 and 3911.

The company offers a full line of automation solutions ranging from its PreciseFlexTM collaborative robots to PathFinderTM benchtop robotic workstations, tube decappers, and sealer modules. By automating the receipt, sorting, handling, and management of samples, clinical laboratories will reduce errors, save processing time and reduce labor demands while increasing throughput.

“For almost fifty years, Brooks Automation has been a leader in developing automation solutions for customers across the globe,” says Rob Sullivan, senior vice president of the company. “By combining the simplicity and flexibility of collaborative robots with advanced clinical laboratory workstations and modules, we are providing best-in-class automation for sample management.”

Brooks is a provider of precision vacuum robotics, integrated automation systems, contamination control solutions, benchtop robotic workstations, tube decappers, sealer modules, and collaborative robots to leading semiconductor chip makers and lab automation equipment manufacturers.