Since its inception, the idea of laboratory automation has been employed mostly in nonclinical and industrial settings. The clinical laboratory's automated systems will be put into place after that. Robots, conveyor networks, computer hardware and software, machine vision, and other components make up a laboratory automation system. The transportation of samples and the reporting of results are dependent on the identification of samples using bar-coded samples and bar-coded specimen carriers. The availability of a laboratory information system is necessary for the installation of a Lab automation. The information needed to transport the specimen through the lab is provided by an interface between the laboratory information system and the laboratory automation system.