A medical courier service specialises in transporting samples and medical products from/to hospitals and doctor’s surgeries.
This transport brings with it a range of challenges, which can be overcome with ease using the ginstr technology:
Medical laboratories often have dozens of refrigerators, freezers and incubators for samples.
If the breakdown of one of these appliances can be identified in good time, far-reaching consequences can often be prevented (e.g. destroyed samples).
The challenge in this application has so far been that a lot of laboratory equipment is made from metal. Sensors in the appliances, therefore, had to be connected with a cable, as the measured data from inside the appliances could not be transmitted by radio signals.
A new kind of radio connection has now eliminated this problem:
the very inexpensive radio sensors from ginstr are simply placed inside the refrigerator, freezer or incubator. A receiver on the wall receives the data and forwards it to the Internet.
In larger buildings, several receivers may be required to receive reliably the data from all of the laboratory equipment.
During a consultation, we work with you to determine your needs and adapt the functionalities of our laboratory apps and the laboratory software precisely to suit your requirements.