Abbott Labs recently completed tests intended to prove the efficiency and accuracy of tracking temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products from manufacturing through distribution to an overseas warehouse.
In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, recorded at RFID Journal LIVE! 2009, David Ulrich, QA Director at Abbott, explains how RF temperature monitors and an RF network infrastructure were used to automatically capture data.
You will learn how the technology compares to existing temperature-monitoring techniques, why Abbott undertook the project, the scope of the work performed and the results.
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