modum’s first application focuses on the requirements placed on pharmaceutical distributors 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. The MODsense T1 is designed to provide a real world interface, connecting environmental conditions with secure, digital logistics data.
A regulatory-driven need for modum’s first application.
GDP regulatory compliance was the entry point for modum’s first solution. Our engineering team knew that the challenges facing pharmaceutical companies, meeting regulation and maintaining operating efficiency while upholding rigorous industry standards, would be ubiquitous. So, modum deployed a blockchain enabled IoT monitoring solution that focused on this prevalent industry need. By meeting this needs of the rigorous and regulated pharma industry, applications for other industries can be easily developed.
modum has conducted several pilot projects with a number of local and international pharma distributors including, Zur Rose, Voigt AG, Schaer Pharma, and Global Health, among others. Throughout the innovation and development of our product, extensive research has been conducted to develop the most optimal, value-added solution for the industry.
Filling the solutions gap with a focus on industry pain points.
GDP regulations require temperature monitoring from end-to-end, including last mile logistics providers who carry 90% of the pharmaceutical industry’s shipments each year in high volumes of low-value parcels. modum’s solution can, on its own, monitor shipment conditions and provide secure data for auditing purposes. When paired with a temperature-controlled shipment container, our solution can ensure that medicinal quality has not been comprimised by external factors at the scale of the parcel.
modum is currently cooperating with Swiss Post to provide a leading temperature monitoring solution for sensitive products. By working with the national logistics provider, modum’s solution touches the many stakeholders in a pharmaceutical supply chain, from sender and distributor, to carrier, purchaser, and often the end user.
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