Cold Chain Monitoring – KAYE
The Kaye Log – Cold Chain Monitoring NFC Data Logger enables full temperature traceability during the transport of temperature, or temperature/humidity sensitive products. With one movement, from anywhere of the world, it is possible to instantly read, send store data and receive alert by e-mail.
A recent study by the Center of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics found that nearly 25% of vaccines become degraded and lose efficacy by the time they reach their destination, mainly due to improper shipping procedures.
With the recent focus on vaccines as well as the continuously growing number biologics and healthcare products and more global manufacturing, regulatory bodies from around the world have released enhanced GSP (Good Storage Practices) and GDP (Good Distribution Practices) to ensure the safety and efficacy of temperature-sensitive medicinal products.
At Kaye we understand the extreme importance of keeping track of your supplies across the cold chain. Whether you’re transporting lifesaving pharmaceutical medicines and vaccines, or keeping track of biotech assets that are heading to a blood bank. Each junction and every mile of transport is putting your assets at more risk of experiencing an excursion. That’s why Kaye has created some of the most reliable and robust equipment to help monitor the cold chain.
Kaye’s cold chain monitoring solutions leverage the use of Internet of Things (IoT) tech and intuitive sensors and probes to protect assets across the entire cold chain transit. From the when the pharmaceutical or biotech asset is created in the laboratory, to when it’s put into storage, to when it’s brought out and cycled into production, to when it is transported to a warehouse to be sorted, and finally sent out for distribution, Kaye’s solutions can track it throughout the entire process. And our solutions include hardware and software that’s capable of tracking both humidity and temperature-sensitive products.
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