Safeguarding Vaccines that Save Lives

Safeguarding Vaccines that Save Lives

BT9’s Xsense cold chain management system is designed to help all stakeholders maintain the integrity of the cold chain as high-value products, such as vaccines, make their way from source to end-user.

Read our blog post Safeguarding Vaccines that Save Lives to understand the cold chain challenges that can prevent lifesaving, and often expensive, vaccines from safely reaching remote areas:

  • Why too many vaccines do not get to save lives
  • The challenges of cold chain management in low-resource environments
  • Public-private initiatives are bringing innovative solutions to close cold chain gaps.
  • And more!

We hope you find this blog post useful. If you’d like more information on how BT9 can help manage your cold chain challenges, please get in touch.

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Global Food Traceability Center

Cold-Chain Traceability: The Five W’s & How

BT9’s Xsense cold chain management system is designed to help all stakeholders maintain the integrity of the cold chain as produce makes its way from source to consumer.

Read our blog post Cold-Chain Traceability: The Five W’s & How to understand the importance of traceability in ensuring the safety and quality of the food that we eat, with information on:

  • What is being traced, and who benefits
  • The challenges of traceability in a global economy
  • Technology solutions that support greater visibility into the food/cold chain
  • And more!

We hope you find this blog post useful. If you’d like more information on how BT9 can help manage your cold chain challenges, please get in touch.

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New Article: The Power of an Integrated Monitoring Technology System

This peer-reviewed article provides the technological/scientific rationale behind BT9’s unique cold chain management platform. It explains how monitoring and analyzing real-time, continuous cold chain data from multiple sensors (such as temperature and RH) enhances safety and quality as fresh produce makes its way through the cold chain.

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Reducing Food Losses: FEFO Inventory Control

New Post: Reducing Food Losses: FEFO Inventory Control

In our last blog we discussed how — while 1 billion people in the world are undernourished — 30-40% of food (primarily perishable products) is lost or wasted. We described how a holistic approach to cold chain management — from the field to the supermarket shelf — can dramatically reduce the loss of perishable products. In this blog we will examine the importance of FEFO (First Expired First Out) inventory management in the cold chain in order to reduce food losses.

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