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Reimagining cold chain-based Supply chain Vaccines, Bloo...
Jul 5, 2021
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM (Asia/Kolkata)

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Covid19 has placed pressures on transportation systems due to a huge surge in volume. Deficiencies in refrigeration infrastructure, hand-off problems between multiple warehouses and transportation players and poor quality of sensors result in wastage. These problems aren’t restricted to vaccines alone- they exist across all perishables.

The pandemic offers a unique opportunity for countries across the world to evaluate their cold chain infrastructure and reimagine it for the future.

The discussion hosted by TiE IoTForum will cover some of these points and more

  1. Landscape of cold chain driven supply chain data, paper, goods, money flows
  2. Fragmentation, incentives, regulation user expectation and other factors for major changes
  3. Technology interventions RFID/QR Codes, Blockchain, Modular cold chain, off grid storage
  4. Behavioural change models. Drivers, Control tower managers, suppliers, users,
  5. Economics- Margin, volume, utilization, velocity of money and goods flow as we move to more affluent nation

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About IoTForum 
IoTForum is a Think-tank Initiative of TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) to #RaiseIoTQuotient of India. Started in 2014, IoTForum is now a vibrant community of over 2000+ IoT/Deeptech/ Startups developing technologies & solutions across the entire IoT Stack from sensor to the cloud, several Thousands of active participants with 14 task forces and 100+ volunteers. For more visit: new.iotforindia.org & join the Telegram Channel: t.me/IoTForIndia

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Reimagining cold chain-based Supply chain Vaccines, Blood & perishables

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