Case Studies

DataNet and MicroLite: Monitoring lifesaving blood donations in Chile

Blood transfusion saves lives and improves health, but many patients requiring transfusion do not have timely access to safe blood. Providing safe and adequate blood should be an integral part of every country’s national health care policy and infrastructure. An adequate and reliable supply of safe blood can be assured by a stable base of regular, voluntary, unpaid blood donors. These donors are also the safest group of donors as the prevalence of blood borne infections is lowest among this group.

PicoLite Solution: Monitoring temperature for freight logging of veterinary pharmaceuticals and consumables

Effective temperature controlled freight logging processes require control and compliance with high industry standards this includes the transportation of veterinary pharmaceuticals and consumables which require temperature control and monitoring to ensure quality and safety of goods at the final destination.

DataNet Solution: Monitoring Temperature and Humidity During Production within a Pharmaceutical Laboratory

Good manufacturing practice guidelines provide guidance for manufacturing, testing and quality assurance in order to ensure that a drug product is safe for human consumption. Many countries have legislated that pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers follow procedures and create their own guidelines that correspond with their legislation.

MicroLite Solution: Monitoring temperature within marine cargo holds

The low temperature and cryogenic insulation market is constantly evolving. For progress and efficiency high performance thermal insulation systems need to be designed to fulfill requirements from all the classification societies in order to meet Insulation Class Approvals.

Picolite Solution: Monitoring data within arachnid inhabited caves for academic research

Collecting biological specimens is essential for scientific studies and conservation. Scientific collections document the world's biodiversity. Each animal collected serves as a voucher for the existence of that species in its place and time, providing scientifically rigorous documentation that can be reexamined visually, structurally, or biochemically for centuries into the future.

PicoLite Solution: Monitoring Sausage Shipment in the Cold Chain

Ready-to-eat processed poultry products (sausages and cold-cuts) must be maintained at temperatures between 0 °C and 4 °C during shipment to ensure they stay fresh and are safe for human consumption. Thus companies exporting processed meat products need to monitor their products throughout the cold chain to verify that the quality and safety of their products are not compromised as well as ensuring compliancy with required cold chain regulations.