Supply Chain Monitoring Solutions
The healthcare and food service industries face the most difficult transportation and cold-chain management challenges, with an exhaustive combination of regulations (FSMA, FDA), business processes (loading, in-transit, receiving procedures), and operational challenges to handle from origin to endpoint. The phrase "Cold Chain 2.0" is used to describe the next generation of logistics and cold chain operations driven by emerging technologies, innovative ideas & concepts, and the volume growth of new transported goods, consumables, and healthcare supplies that have entered the transportation ecosystem.
Supply chain monitoring has recently experienced a technology breakthrough with the advent of cellular-connected monitoring systems, remote monitoring dashboards with trackable environmental information, and the abandonment of age-old technologies that despite initial successes, have fallen behind significantly in the internet-of-things race. The current market need is for integrated, end-to-end remote monitoring systems to track temperatures, humidity, and other conditions, and log those conditions to a variety of management systems via web, XML or API connection.