Life Sciences.

Planned. Tracked. Automated. Analysed. Optimised. Understood.

LYNQ is reinventing MES (manufacturing execution system) software tailored to the life sciences industry, which refers to developing and producing products for healthcare and life sciences. This includes pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical devices.

LYNQ MES is used in pharmaceutical manufacturing, biotechnology, medical device manufacturing, nutraceuticals and more.


MES in the Life Sciences industry.

MES plays a crucial role in managing and optimising manufacturing operations and processes related to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, and other healthcare products.

  • Improve efficiency.
  • Reduce costs.
  • Minimise loss.

Cost-saving measures in the life sciences manufacturing industry are difficult when there should be no compromise on quality and compliance. MES can help with cost saving by optimising processes, improving resource utilisation, enhancing quality control, managing inventory and ultimately reducing compliance costs by ensuring they are enforced from the beginning

On average, an life sciences manufacturer of 50 resources (employees plus machines) could save $28,000 per month by using LYNQ MES. ROI calculator >>

Key features.

  1. Advanced planning and scheduling.

    Control complex production schedules, auto-schedule production, allocate resources for optimum productive hours and track the performance of your entire manufacturing operation against production targets. Advanced planning and data analysis tools for the life sciences industry. Plan >>

  2. Data collection.

    Collect data on the production line, how efficiently it is performing and identify where losses are occurring. Effective shop-floor data capture software enables a manufacturer to know exactly what is happening, in real-time, for end-to-end traceability of raw materials, components and assembly, improving defect detection and quality control at every step.  Track >>

  3. Automate production.

    With automatic data capture from machines, standardised workflows, accelerated business processes and smart quality control. Access and report on manufacturing data in the click of a button to streamline operations, work as productively as possible and reduce manual intervention. Automate >>

  4. Analyse data.

    Gain intelligent insight into your life sciences manufacturing data. Know exactly what is happening at every stage of production and be able to use this data to make process improvements; saving time and increasing production. Build reports with ease and view data dashboards on operations via any connected device. Analyse >>

  5. Optimise manufacturing.

    Gain tools to communicate more effectively via instant messaging. Move away from paper based systems with online jobs, online schedules and a plan that is accessible by everyone via laptops or tablets. Identify and address issues promptly with automatic alerts and notifications, connecting shop-floor employees with management. Optimise >>

Continuous manufacture and crystallisation.

Continuous manufacture and crystallisation.

In medicine manufacturing, there is an urgent need to translate new molecules into high-value products through rapid predictive development pathways and integrated continuous manufacturing systems, enabling more personalised, responsive and flexible product provision through digitalised supply chains. Universities and global pharma companies are collaborating on new manufacturing processes that can make medication continuously but with small formulaic variations.

One key solution to the challenge of continuous manufacturing is having predictive design tools to reduce the time and cost of new product development. Rigorous product and performance analysis can help science-based manufacturing like this to apply predictive design tools to their process.

The Challenge Series: How do I analyse manufacturing data?
Targeted healthcare at the cellular levels.

Targeted healthcare at the cellular levels.

By 2025 targeted biological medicines will transform the precision of healthcare prescriptions and improve patient care and quality of life. The current “one-size-fits-all” approach to drug development is being challenged by the growing ability to create stratified and personalised medicines targeted to specific sub-populations and even individuals.

As with continuous manufacturing, research hubs and industry are working on the new manufacturing infrastructure and capabilities needed to enable manufacturers to fully exploit precision-medical advances, through new technologies, and intellectual property. A unified MES could potentially help create “standard operating procedures” for the next generations of medicine manufacturing.

What is Digital Transformation?
Skills and training.

Skills and training.

Chemical and pharmaceutical engineering have, country for country, the largest number of job vacancies to qualified applicants in engineering. Conversely, chemical engineering jobs has one of the biggest salary premiums in the engineering profession.

Greater visibility and promotion of long-term, secure, well-paid and fulfilling pharma engineering and R&D jobs are needed. Also, new, powerful simulation software to calculate formulations more quickly in ‘digital twins’, should ease the demand for the number of engineers.

The Challenge Series: How can I increase manufacturing output without having to increase headcount?
Personalised orthotics and prosthetics.

Personalised orthotics and prosthetics.

Designing and making prosthetics – artificial limbs and body parts – has always been a craft skill. But the field of upper limb prosthesis is dominated by designs which are expensive, heavy and uncomfortable with limited functionality leading to poor uptake, with rejections rates up to 45% reported in some literature.

New materials including composite materials fused to titanium, additive manufacturing and multi-discipline engineering – biological, electronic and mechanical engineering knowledge – including anthropomorphic design, are helping develop the knowledge to manufacture more accurate and natural prostheses. Where engineers need to blend new materials and techniques with the traditional, in varying batch sizes, controlling and visualising all your inputs and outputs will help to simplify these increasingly complex products.

The Importance of Accurate Data Collection and Resource Tracking

“We are promoting ourselves, the company and our devices a lot better. We’ve won orders from some big customers and are seeing higher sales volumes. Planning is very important to the business because of the number of different products we make. We have to utilize our assets – including personnel – effectively”

Les Todd, Rocket Medical, Operations Director. Read full story

“LYNQ MES, delivered one of the best training experiences I have ever had and I have worked in manufacturing for 30 plus years. The attention to detail, thoroughness, and accuracy brought to the table was wonderful.”

Ed Hanrahan, Bodypoint, Vice President Operations. Read full story

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