Edited by carefully selected editorial advisory panel, and extensive research network, IPI provides the latest research and technology innovations, regulatory guidelines, marketing and communication strategies to the pharmaceutical, bio pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and medical devices industry.
In the IPI summer 2019 issue Sensire’s CEO Jp Asikainen and Technical Director Ossi Laakkonen discuss why digital technologies are rising in importance in pharmaceutical cold chain logistics.
You'll find the article in IPI International Pharmaceutical Industry August 2019, pages 66-68.
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer (PMPS) is a specialist journal designed to provide worldwide coverage of a range of topics relating to the pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging sector.
The journal functions a platform of communication and information-sharing for executive and strategic decision makers, identifying new trends and marketing opportunities, as well as highlighting the latest innovations in this dynamic environment.
In the spring 2019 issue Sensire’s Sales Director Europe, Dirk Wilke writes about what kind of benefits especially real-time enabling technologies can bring to clinical trial logistics.
This article is taken from Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer May 2019, pages 24-27. © Samedan Ltd
International Clinical Trials (ICT) is a specialist journal designed to provide global coverage of key topics pertinent to the clinical trials sector.
The journal offers a platform of communication and information-sharing for executive and strategic decision makers, seeking out new trends and marketing opportunities, as well as putting a spotlight on the latest innovations coming to market.
In the winter 2019 issue Sensire’s CEO Jp Asikainen and Technical Director Ossi Laakkonen discuss the various technologies used in clinical trial supply monitoring and what kind of benefits especially real-time enabling technologies can bring to clinical trial logistics.
This article is taken from International Clinical Trials February 2019, pages 53-56. © Samedan Ltd.
Our world is getting more and more connected, not just among people but among things as well. The number of connected devices is predicted to reach 30 billion by 2020.
This report, published in The Times, takes a look at the trends in the field, predicts future evolutions concerning the internet of things and gives some strong numbers on current and predicted deployment and the benefits you can expect from adopting IoT in business.
What is happening in the world of edge computing, 5G or smart buildings? What are biggest paybacks of IoT adoption? How likely are logistics businesses to see improvements in employee efficiency or cost reduction?
By downloading the report, you can find out answers to these questions and many more.