Duratus, a Real-Time Cold Chain Monitoring Service to be Announced at M2M Evolution Conference in Las Vegas
Dallas, TX, August 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Duratus, a real-time cold chain monitoring service to be announced at M2M Evolution Conference in Las Vegas.
Whether transporting pharmaceuticals to a hospital, picking up a medical specimen or delivering sushi to the latest trendy restaurant, ensuring cold chain shipments stays cold is critical. Most products that monitor cold chain logistics only tell you after the fact that a shipment has gone out of temperature. While this can be helpful in preventing anyone from ingesting the spoiled food or drugs, it comes at a great cost in the lost value of the shipment. The few solutions that do track temperature in real-time are usually hardwired to warehouses or trucks and are impractical for small coolers such as the kind medical lab couriers use.
To address these issues, Dallas based Senico Labs, LLC is announcing today the launch of Duratus at the M2M Evolution Conference in Las Vegas.
Duratus enables you to take action before cold chain products or medical specimens are ruined by providing portable, real-time monitoring devices and up to the minute tracking and temperature alert systems. When shipments are getting close to being out of temperature, Duratus provides actionable information to keep valuable shipments cold.
“Spoiled shipments are a huge problem,” said Jonathan Boswell, COO of Duratus. "For many businesses in the medical, pharmaceutical and food service industries this is an expensive problem. With Duratus, I believe we make cold chain management easy and bring substantial value through cold chain quality assurance."
In addition to real-time monitoring, Duratus offers historical temperature reporting which has become very important for many companies. For example, Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement rates are just one of the ways that various regulatory agencies enforce cold chain quality controls. Duratus provides historical reports that can be used to show regulatory compliance with agencies such as the USDA, FDA & CMS.
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