Hudson Robotics, founded in 1983, has a long-standing history in robotic automation.
Their company provides tools that can be used in areas such as drug discovery, clinical research and pharmaceutical development, including high throughput screening, proteomics and genomics. They work with our clients to develop strategies that best meet their unique needs, whether for an integrated system of automated laboratory equipment or a single solution product that solves a specific problem.
Hudson Robotics produces robots to solve specific lab automation needs in the areas of microplate and liquid handling. They also offer complete workcells in which our products are integrated with third party equipment to solve complex laboratory protocols. All of their equipment is tied together by our powerful, but easy-to-use SoftLinx Control software, which supports a huge number integrations with 3rd party equipment.
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