As Sourced from: Asian Age reported
India is 35 tanker-trucks short of the blood it requires for medical procedures.
. Between January 2011 and December 2015, 63 blood banks across Mumbai wasted 130,000 litres of blood, the Asian Age reported in May 2016.
. Currently, blood bank refrigerator temperature is being monitored manually.
. The solution is to continuously monitor temperature of blood bank refrigerator remotely in real time.
. Provide real-time alerts and notifications in case temperature goes below or above a threshold limit.
How our IOT Platform can contribute:
- Identify chronically failing fridges or Refrigerators.
- Automatic Remote Monitoring & Smart Alerting Systems to inform Stake holders.
- Remotely diagnose certain common causes of fridge failure using temperature data signatures.
- Verify fixes conducted remotely or in person by following temperature data closely after a fridge repair.