A public-private research partnership was formed to track drug shipments in Malawi. With support from the World Bank and the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), OnAsset Intelligence worked with the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and University of California San Diego to deploy OnAsset’s family of technologies to the Malawi Ministry of Health.
Cardinal Health Nuclear & Precision Health Solutions develops, manufactures, compounds dispenses and delivers radiopharmaceuticals with expert efficiency to the highest regulatory standards. Cardinal Health distributes more than 12 million time-critical, patient-specific doses annually, with real-time tracking to the point of care. To help serve customers effectively and reliably, Cardinal Health relies on OnAsset.
Air Canada Realizes The Benefits of OnAsset Sensors
OnAsset has a long history of working with the aviation sector. It got its start in aviation and is the most widely approved asset management technology in the highly regulated aviation space. As such, many airlines lean on OnAsset for the monitoring of assets and shipments.
With a 30-year history in shipping, Pacer has used a variety of technologies to track assets. But, given the stringent and evolving requirements for cannabis shipping, and the high value of shipments, it sought out a more robust solution.
Pacer wanted clear, reliable, and detailed insights on more than the whereabouts of the shipment. It wanted to be able to monitor a shipments’ temperature, for perishable/consumable cannabis products, as well as light, tilt, and shock for live plants.
Unilode Aviation Solutions owns and manages the world’s largest outsourced fleet of unit load devices (ULDs), which are containers and pallets used for the transport of freight, baggage, and mail on aircraft. It also provides ULD and inflight food service equipment maintenance and repair services.