Ensuring regulatory compliance.
Modum's first application is a solution for pharmaceutical distributors across the EU who are affected by the Good Distribution Practice of medicinal products for human use (GDP 2013/C 343/01). These regulations require proof that shipped medicines have not been exposed to conditions, particularly temperatures, that may compromise their quality.
Overcoming the challenges imposed by GDP regulations is how Modum began. After running several pilot projects with international distributors, we have created a valuable solution that allows these companies to benefit from blockchain and IoT technology.
MODsense TM provides a temperature monitoring that is qualified for pharma. Each component of the solution, from software to hardware, is designed with the needs of quality assurance and logistics teams in mind.
Filling the solutions gap.
GDP regulations require temperature monitoring from the manufacturer through to the end-user. These regulations impact last mile logistics providers, who carry 90% of the pharmaceutical industry’s shipments each year. As customer demand grows for online pharmacy and on-demand delivery services, cost efficient end-to-end monitoring is essential.
Modum’s qualified and cost effective sensing devices are easily activated and connected with product, so that temperatures can be monitored at the parcel level. Readout data can be guaranteed regardless of transport type, time in transit, or final recipient, even if it's the end user. When third party logistics providers pair MODsense TM with a temperature-controlled shipment container, we can ensure that medicinal quality has not been comprimised by external factors for every parcel.
Industry Applications Under Exploration
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