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Bruce Kane

Principal Solution Consultant

Honeywell Inc.

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Bruce Kane is a solution consultant for Honeywell's Life Sciences and Batch Center of Excellence. He provides project execution, batch, and sequence consulting to Honeywell's Life Science and Batch customers. Bruce has over 20 years process experience in batch and regulated industries and has been working with Honeywell for 15 years. He has provided project engineering, estimating, project management, and consulting expertise to many Honeywell customers during that time. Bruce has a BS in Mechanical Engineering (University of South Florida '91).

Mark Albano is a Principal Solution Consultant in Honeywell's Life Sciences and Batch Center of Excellence. He provides project execution, batch application, and procedural operations application consulting to Honeywell's Life Science, Batch and chemical industry customers.
Mark graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in chemical engineering, and has over 30 years of experience in the chemicals and related industries. Over 18 of these years have been with Honeywell in various positions including product and industry marketing.
Prior to Honeywell, Mark held positions with several industry leading companies. These positions included production, project and application engineering as well as engineering management. He is a member of ISPE and ISA, and is an active member of the SP88 Batch Control Standards committee.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Rapid deployment of a single-use biotech facility
Room: 1E15 ~ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm (Tuesday, March 29, 2011)
Shire HGT, a leading specialty biopharmaceutical company, needed to get their new facility in Lexington, Massachusetts completed fast, people with enzyme deficiency disorders need their medication. So they assembled a integrated, flexible, and empowered automation team and delivered the world's largest, and most technologically advanced biotech facility using single-use technology in record time. We will discuss how process development was accomplished using a “sand box” approach. We will discuss both the technologies and behaviors that were nurtured to allow the team to shave 6 months off an already aggressive schedule. Technologies employed included wireless, virtualization, rapid prototyping, Integrated commissioning and validation, web based project tracking, remote work centers, and templating. Behaviors encouraged included the use small teams, empowered decision making, and search and reapply. These technologies and behaviors were utilized to improve productivity, allow simultaneous project development and execution (configuration), and ultimately “..enable people with life-altering conditions to lead better lives.”
Bruce Kane - Principal Solution Consultant, Honeywell Inc.
Mark Albano - Principal Solution Consultant, Honeywell Process Solutions
Lloyd Vallance - Senior Process Control Engineer II, Shire HGT
Reed Exhibitions
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biologics
  • Generics
  • Contract Services
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