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Top 3 Benefits of Real-Time Monitoring and Cloud Data Storage

January 25, 2018

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Atlas: Bluetooth single use data logger with Cloud data storage - OCEASOFT
GxP regulated companies in life science and agro-food alike have specific needs surrounding data integrity, storage and compliance. Companies may use various methods for logging and storing data ; anywhere from hand-written and signed paper trails to single computer data storage to multi-server data centers. These tedious methods of data storage can quickly lead to errors, non compliant work-flow, security breaches, and loss of data due to computer or server crashes, all of which can ultimately compromise patient safety and impact regulatory status of the company.
 
OCEASOFT has developed various monitoring solutions that can not only store data on a company’s physical server, but will store data in Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) GxP compliant cloud (our cloud service, OCEACloud) that meets regulators needs by ensuring the integrity, reproduceability and traceability of data used when manufacturing, storing, and shipping clinical or commercial products. 
 
 
Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, vaccine, medical device, food and other regulated companies should consider implementing or upgrading to OCEASOFTmonitoring with cloud storage for a number of reasons. 
  1. Storing data on OCEACloud replaces up front expenses and resources such as planning for, purchasing, installing servers and manually validating the system.
  2. Data in the physical realm is only available and accessed on the company network. With OCEACloud, users to login with unique credentials to access data from anywhere in the world on their smartphone or tablet by downloading our free mobile apps from the iTunes App Store, or Google Play.
  3. Due to infinite scalability, companies can grow data storage as business needs expand; aggregate data from research and development, manufacturing, storage and shipping sites, into one cloud network.
 
 
A perfect example when OCEACloud storage is essential, is when companies who conduct clinical trials ship their temperature-sensitive products globally. Instead of waiting for the clinical trial site or end-user to download data, e-mail files, or physically mail the logger back.
Quality, Regulatory and Clinical Trial Managers can instantly view data and receive alerts from their personal work station or smartphone to determine if an excursion occured, and if the drug is safe to administer to patient. In cases such as this, real-time data becomes imperative. By using our cloud-enabled devices, such as our Atlas disposable temperature data logger, customers can make data-driven decisions, and potentially save thousands of dollars from product loss, while still meeting regulatory and GxP standards.
 
 
The Cloud also helps aggregate data gathered by both mobile (like Cobalt ML3) and stationary (like Cobalt L3) monitoring solutions. (Watch our webinar to learn more).
 
Temperature monitoring with Atlas single use data logger and data storage on the Cloud
 
Learn more about OCEACloud, and how we can help your company maintain compliance, profitability, and meet real-time monitoring needs
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With today’s global marketplace and its regulations for goods, temperature monitoring has become an essential component in logistics and transportation, as well as several other industries that depend on precise temperatures and accurate records. That’s why worldwide, companies trust innovative temperature data loggers.

 

What Is a Data Logger Used For?

Data loggers record and monitor a variety of environmental features, from carbon dioxide to temperature. They’re a smart substitute for the manual process of collecting information, plus the data gathered is transferable to a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone for easy analysis and review.

 

How Does a Temperature Data Logger Work?

One of the most common uses of data loggers is for temperature monitoring. All temperature data loggers work alike, as they collect data over time. Some factors, however, do depend on your temperature data logger’s model.

Factors that vary among data loggers include:

  • Measurement accuracy
  • Resolution
  • Display
  • Software
  • Data access

 

Accessing your data is essential, as it gives insight into your facility, room or container’s temperatures. You can download your temperature data logger’s data in the following ways:

  • USB: This type of logger is considered the least convenient, as you have to plug in your data logger to your device, which requires additional labor and time.
  • Bluetooth: With a Bluetooth data logger, you avoid the process of connecting and disconnecting your devices. Instead, you retrieve the information with your mobile device wirelessly – even through packaging – and then review the data via an app.

Once data is downloaded from your temperature data loggers, you’re free to review the latest data and trends, as well as adjust your facility’s temperature protocols.

 

What Types of Data Loggers Do Companies Use?

Uses of data loggers fall into one of two categories:

  • Stationary: Monitoring static areas is the goal of these data loggers. From labs and storage areas to installations and equipment, stationary data loggers keep you informed on essential assets.
  • Mobile: Keeping aware of on-the-move products is the priority of these data logs. Whether you’re transporting products by air, land or sea, this data logger moves with your goods and updates you on their condition.

 

Based on whether a company requires a mobile or stationary data logger, they’ll choose one of the following:

  • Wired data loggers: Before wireless technology, companies had to use wired data loggers. The drawback of these data loggers links back to their older technology, as well as complex, time-consuming installations.
  • USB data loggers: While more convenient than wired data loggers, USB data loggers still involve some physical labor and time.
  • Wireless data loggers: Those data loggers avoid the hassle and inconvenience of wired and USB data loggers. Many, like the Cobalt L3, use the Internet of Things (IoT) protocols such as Sigfox or LoRaWAN, which streamline condition updates. Others use a radiofrequency signal or communicate via Bluetooth.

 

What Industries Use Data Loggers?

Dozens of industries use data loggers to gain insight into temperature, light and carbon dioxide levels. Some of the most common industries include:

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Health care
  • Agri-food
  • Environmental
  • Logistics and transportation

 

For many of these markets, like pharmaceutical, health care and agri-food, a temperature data logger ensures products are compliant, as well as safe for use through every step of the cold supply chain. Without them, companies risk steep losses and repercussions for violating regulations, hence the undeniable importance of data loggers.

 

At OCEASOFT, we provide innovative temperature data loggers, which feature advanced wireless and Internet of Things (IoT) technology to deliver precise measurements you can trust. Our products also meet the strictest industry standards and regulations, including EN NF 12830 and 21 CFR Part 11.

 

Learn more about our temperature monitoring solutions by contacting us today.

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