IoT-powered solutions supercharge life sciences operations by promoting data-driven efficiencies, streamlining workflows, optimizing CapEx, and maximizing utilization of resources and space.
Intelligent technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) create smart laboratories, fueling innovation, research, development, and manufacturing, while protecting fragile environments in the life sciences industry.
Asset management and asset tracking are the backbone of efficiency in virtually all industries, fortifying productivity, and driving ROI. While they’re interrelated in nature, each represents different functionality, meaning, and purpose.
Medical facilities can reap substantial benefits from asset tracking technologies that promote better use of resources and time for staff and enhance the quality of care for patients. Ensuring a successful rollout relies on three factors: cost of ownership, ease of installation and maintenance, and scalability.
In healthcare, investing in IoT-powered asset management capabilities like RTLS pays off in routine productivity – and keeps paying off – by helping reduce costs associated with misplaced and underutilized equipment for better use of resources and time.
Durable, resilient, and adaptable for a variety of use cases regardless of business size, shape, or industry, the MQflex is a LoRaWAN®-certified multi-sensor device that scales for enterprise-grade deployments.
There’s no shortage of solutions available for asset tracking in the real-time location systems (RTLS) arena, which is why evaluating core features, functions, and design of varying RTLS options is essential to meet your specific business needs.
By streamlining and automating workflows, IoT-enabled asset management can enhance the quality and timing of patient care, increase operational efficiencies for staff, and empower data-backed, evidence-based decision making.
Real-time location systems (RTLS) empower healthcare facilities to leverage IoT for asset tracking to help improve operations, optimize workflows, reduce costs, and ensure equipment availability – freeing up time for clinicians to focus on patient care.
When it comes to asset management programs in the life sciences industry, enterprises encounter five different scenarios with each representing an increase in maturity.
Food services operators are looking to IoT solutions to save time, automate mundane tasks, combat staff shortages, mitigate risk, and gain measurable cost savings and ROI.