Raw Material Identification (RMID) is the first and a fundamental step in a Quality by Design (QbD) process implementation. Ensuring that the material used in the manufacturing process conforms to the desired quality standard is essential to prevent potential failures in the finished product.
Recently, the European Pharmacopoeia raised the RMID requirements to 100% of material testing, and the volume of analysis performed in quality control laboratories became unsustainable.This regulatory change, now global, pushed instrument manufacturers to design “fit for purpose” solutions.
The miniaturization of spectroscopy techniques such as NIR and Raman have enabled portable, fit-for-purpose instruments, like the MicroNIR OnSite-W, to deliver an enhanced user experience, lower cost of ownership, and results as reliable as laboratory instruments.
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