SMART Lab is about developing a new collaborative culture for scientists . It creates open work spaces that enable visibility, communication, and interaction in order to drive innovation.
Whith this system Scientists will have the tools they need to continuously adapt and find creative solutions to meet the health challenges of the 21st century scientist
What is SMART Lab?
Based on natural light, open spaces and collaborative culture
SmartLAB is based on the “invisible wire”, where the equipment or machines are no longer connected to each other by cables or lines that come from the immediately work position beside. As a consequence, you become immediately more flexible, agile and productive.
SMART Lab in 5 Points
What type of spaces make up a SMART Lab?
SMART Labs are comprised of both the laboratory and non-laboratory spaces required to support R&D functions.
SMART Labs are compromised of both the laboratory and non-laboratory spaces required to support R&D functions. These spaces aredivided due to specific technical considerations for the lab as well as to promoete good EH&S behaviours around Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
To achive maximum efficiency and adaptability space types are grouped by activity at a district level, and in SMART Lab there are two types of Districts: