Video Tour of our Cleanroom & Join us for a Free 1-hour Webinar on Mapping Studies

Cleanroom doors
Janice Bennett-Livingston
Apr 9, 2016
Industrial Measurements
Life Science
Cleanroom cartoon Vaisala

We invite you on a brief video tour of our cleanroom in Helsinki, Finland.

Join Hannu for a quick peek into the Vaisala cleanrooms that are, in part, the culmination of 80 years of measurement technology innovation.



Janice Bennett-Livingston

Marketing Manager

In addition to editing the Vaisala Life Science blog, Janice Bennett-Livingston is the Global Life Science Marketing Manager for Vaisala's Industrial Measurements business area.

Pre-Vaisala writing credits include a monthly column called "Research Watch" for Canada's award-winning magazine alive, as well as articles in Canadian Living and other periodicals. Other past work: copywriting for DDB Canada, technical writing at Business Objects, and communications specialist for the British Columbia Child & Family Research Institute.

Our environmental monitoring system

Something New from Vaisala is Coming...In this video our Senior Product Manager Jon Aldous introduces the newest version of our environmental monitoring system. Shipping in Spring 2017, learn more about this system, visit viewLinc.


Modern Rules for an Old Practice: Sensor Placement for GxP Environments

In this recorded webinar, Vaisala Senior Regulatory Expert Paul Daniel outlines five rules for sensor placement in mapping studies, including:

  • where to place sensors
  • how many sensors to use
  • and how to defend your decisions during an audit/inspection.

Paul also reviews the regulations and guidelines that support these five rules as best practices. Over the past few years, thousands of Quality and Validation professionals have attended this webinar. We've answered their questions, shared their technical know-how and application experience, and enjoyed hosting a lively, educational online training. Whether you are new to validation, or an expert, we hope you will enjoy this recording!

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