Tridentify delivers an advanced tracer IoT and decision-making system to overcome the limitations of currently available logging technologies.
Unlike all other solutions, Tridentify’s patented QTA system, is programmed to the exact specifications of the pharmaceutical. This gives it the ability to communicate the shelf life of the actual individual package in real-time.
Tridentify QTA-solution is a Medical Device IIa system. This means the system can take a QA decision if product OK to use or NOT!
The lifespan of a product is usually not affected by a single short temperature peak. Even when using a modern temperature logger, it only indicates that a drug product has exceeded a set temperature limit which many times results in the product being discarded.
With Tridentify QTA-system you can allow short temperature peaks. System will only trigger alarm when shelf-life is consumed. You can of course always set max/min temp that product not allowed to exceed.
Example of a graph in our QTA-system
Note! Stability budget (orange line) starts to decrease from 100% towards 0% when temperature increase.
We go beyond current limitations
Our versatile system can monitor your biological products
We go beyond current limitations
Shelf-life in realtime
The chart shows you how the tracers continuously recalculate the remaining shelf-life. When the shelf-life has expired the tracers flashes red.
Easy Setup, Easy to use
Minimal configuration requires a 2D-scanner or a smartphone with QTA app.
Start/Stop tracer by scanning the barcode.
When passing a Check In Node, the tracer will send information wireless to the web portal, including geoposition (see picture).
Information of a specific product is easily found on the web-portal through a web browser.
A strong trend, which after Covid 19 exploded on to the scene, is home deliveries of medicine. It includes patient-critical medicine that requires extra care, temperature control, and precise delivery times. The patient benefits from not having to visit a pharmacy - perhaps carrying a cooler bag - or even their care facility or hospital which is not necessarily nearby. By using Tridentify QTA both the supplier, distributor and end-user benefits. The quality and usability of the preparation is 100% guaranteed upon delivery to the patient’s doorstep.
Surgeons may have to go themselves to hospitals to collect and transport hearts, which survive only four to six hours outside the body. But kidneys and pancreases — which have longer shelf lives — often travel commercially, as cargo. As such, they can end up missing connecting flights or get delayed like lost luggage. Worse still, the cool boxes used are typically tracked with a primitive system of phone calls and paper manifests without proper electronic tracking or temperature/movement monitoring. Using a proper MedTech system such as Tridentify may increase the graft survival rate — the percentage of patients who have functioning transplanted organs at a certain point in time — or secure that the patient actually receives a functioning kidney as planned.
The global pharma supply chain
An important trend that existed before the pandemic was also the globalization of raw materials and inputs for pharmaceutical production. Many of which very sensitive to temperature fluctuations and external influences. COVID-19 has also shed light on how drug production typically happens today. Raw materials can be imported from China, a medicinal crop is grown and harvested in Australia, collaborated in India, combined with other ingredients to form a final drug at a plant in France before the drug is distributed to hospitals or pharmacies in Europe and the USA. Using MedTech from Tridentify ensures both the supplier, the intermediary, and subcontractors that all inputs are of the intended quality before final production.
"The Tridentify QTA system is easy to implement with no intrusive IT integration thanks to it’s SaaS architecture. However, the data can easily be exported to be used in other systems."