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The Cultivated B launches next-gen bioreactor remote monitoring and control software

December 4, 2023

The Cultivated B (TCB) has announced the availability of its groundbreaking bioreactor control software, enabling a real-time, application-based, personalized user interface with added remote accessibility for its AUXO V bioreactors. The software, now accessible via the control tower or remotely via phone- and web-based software, marks a significant leap forward in the cultivated meat industry, offering unparalleled convenience, flexibility and efficiency for expert and non-expert users to manage bioprocesses. TCB’s commercially available bioreactor, AUXO V, can be monitored and controlled by anyone, from any location with only a few days of training.

“Our new bioreactor user interface embodies TCB’s commitment to innovation and flexibility for users, helping to scale the cultivated meat industry," said The Cultivated B CEO Dr Hamid Noori. "Now, extremely complex processes can be run with the ease of a household device. This technology is more than just a product; it's another proof point in our vision of a world where cultivated meat is easily accessible. In order to industrialize sustainable protein production, it is essential that a larger workforce can be trained on new processes, rather than building operations around experts only. We believe that by simplifying the monitoring and control of the production process and making it accessible anywhere at any time, we can significantly accelerate the pace at which cultivated meat reaches mass adoption.”

The new bioreactor control software is tailored to meet the diverse needs of user groups with different experience levels, including existing as well as new user groups. Remote monitoring benefits include increased flexibility (hoose between direct or remote control of bioprocesses), sustained monitoring (24/7 availability allows rapid intervention in the event of irregularities), and optimized allocation of workforce (eliminate the need for users to remain onsite by automating processes).

The next-generation monitoring is not just a technological advancement but also a strategic response to the global shortage of know-how and skilled workers needed to scale the cultivated meat industry. TCB equips the AUXO V bioreactor with an innovative user interface featuring three levels of detail: Operate (pre-programmed recipes allow seamless operation for non-experts); Explore (adjust key parameters at detailed levels, e.g., temperature, pH, oxygen); and Develop (access collected data outside of the production cycle to refine and further enhance your individual process)

TCB announced earlier this year the start of manufacturing at the company’s Burlington, Ontario plant. With an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers, TCB refined the production of its AUXO V from lab scale to industrial scale. The multi-use bioreactors are cost-effective, flexible and customizable, designed to offer a unique combination of utility and sustainability. They are equipped with multiple sensors and optimized impellers for different organisms, such as avian and mammalian cells, bacteria or yeast. Short delivery times, modular design and a customer-centric control system make the AUXO V bioreactor a huge accelerator, equipped with novel technology for quick adoption in a rapidly changing market environment.

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