Tracking in real time the blood products transportations to make good decisions

Abstract : The French Blood Establishment (EFS) is the only one in France allowed dealing with the blood supply chain. The EFS centers are scattered in France and blood products are transported over hundreds of kilometers, from collection sites to hubs and from the hubs to distribution sites. The strong constraints on lifetime and storage conditions imply a traceability of transportation steps very accurate, which is necessary in case of unexpected and unwanted events. To make “good” decisions, we propose in this research work to use the Physical Internet philosophy. Thanks to sensors in containers and Complex Event Processing modules to aggregate and filter the data collected, we would be able to create a real time “field model”. In case of crisis this model would be helpful and perfectly adapted to help the crisis unit to make “good” decisions and maybe propose solutions based on the past events.
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Quentin Schoen, Franck Fontanili, Anne-Ghislaine Anquetil, Sébastien Truptil, Matthieu Lauras. Tracking in real time the blood products transportations to make good decisions. ISCRAM 2017 - 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, May 2017, Albi, France. p. 173-180. ⟨hal-01618600⟩

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