Temperature Controlled Logistics Case Studies: Implementing Robust Environmental Monitoring Systems
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For all stakeholders in life sciences industries, implementing continuous monitoring systems for environmental conditions is a major concern. Vaccines, reagents, blood products, biological samples and pharmaceutical drugs all need to be protected from out-of-range temperatures, humidity and other environmental conditions. Not only do those key factors need to be monitored constantly, but they also must be tracked easily. Not to mention the absolute necessity of the fastest possible alerts in case of an equipment failure or temperature excursions.
In this webinar, we will run through several cases where the implementation of robust, highly adaptable, and fully compliant environmental monitoring solutions drastically reduced risks of product loss and enabled compliance with strict industry regulations and guidelines.
Attend for the following benefits
• Learn how to stay fully compliant with strict regulations and guidelines,such as FDA 21 CFR part 11, GxP, ICH…
• Learn how flexible OCEASOFT solutions can handle your challenges and specific needs
• Discover a simple, reliable, cost-effective, connected yet fully compliant solution that monitors temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, differential pressure and more critical environmental parameters
• Get a preview of the upcoming innovations that will shake up the temperature & environmental monitoring field
• Regulatory requirements for environmental monitoring
• Complexity of dealing with site dimensions and particularities
• Continuous evolution in market demand
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For the past 8 years, Michael Modjeska has been involved with all aspects of product development at OCEASOFT, contributing notably to new wireless solution design and implementation.