(Temperature Sensing)
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Aircraft manufacturing engineers know the value of environmental monitoring throughout the supply chain. Despite the extreme temperatures and vibrations experienced by aircraft, individual components... (View Full Article)
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In the United States each year, nearly 11 million volunteers donate some 17 million units of whole blood and red blood cells, but much of that safe, transfuseable blood - about 2 percent - is... (View Full Article)
(Temperature Sensing)
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Globally, pharmaceutical regulators are becoming attuned to cold chain issues as biologics, vaccines, and other temperature-sensitive products are commercialized. Many recommend including temperature... (View Full Article)
(Data Acquisition Products)
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Crimped cans and battered boxes can keep a supply chain manager awake at night. Each blemish represents damage that occurred during shipping and undermines even the most meticulous quality assurance... (View Full Article)
(Tilt Sensing)
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An efficient supply chain that speeds furniture to customers is a major competitive advantage for American furniture companies. Today, most furniture sold in the United States is imported, and much of... (View Full Article)
(Data Acquisition Products)
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In the age of big data, companies are accumulating mountains of it. Data is gathered by every department in an organization on a countless number of parameters. The supply chain function is not... (View Full Article)