If you want to improve what you do, how you do it, or the product you produce, Automaxion has experience in working with clients to bring innovative ideas that can lead to better processes and products. From cement to cosmetics, Automaxion brings diverse experience from outside your industry and a challenging approach to the problems faced by companies, especially where chemistry meets engineering.

Our principal consultant, Dr Bysouth, worked for many years in Shell's research facility in Houston Texas, in the Analytical department. His projects were mainly involved in automated analysis and on-line systems. Since then he has been involved in studies that include pharmaceutical aerosol inhaler testing Best Practise, feasibility studies of agrochemicals and surface chemistry formulation robots, study of how to make and test concrete using robotics, New ways of oil well cementing, critical assesment and concepts of automated laboratory equipment for dispensing powders, study of practise and improvement of a starch and related products sythesis lab, study and recommendations for improved practise in a cosmetics and personal care formulation laboratory, design and improvements for a homogeniser system.

Automaxion is also experienced in the processes for protecting IP including when to patent or not, getting a patent in the US and Europe, opposition, infringement, etc., and can advise based on this experience.

In addition, through the associated company Cogentus, we can help make innovation routine in your company.

To discuss how we can give you innovative ideas and help you be more innovative, please contact us

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About Automaxion

Now based in France, Dr Bysouth gained his extensive experience working in the UK, The United States and The Netherlands for universities, multinationals and start-ups. He started his own company, Automaxion, to make his independent and innovative approach to laboratory research more broadly available.

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