IVAN: Intelligent Van for the Distribution of Pharmaceutical Drugs
AbstractThis paper describes a telematic system based on an intelligent van which is capable of tracing pharmaceutical drugs over delivery routes from a warehouse to pharmacies, without altering carriers’ daily conventional tasks. The intelligent van understands its environment, taking into account its location, the assets and the predefined delivery route; with the capability of reporting incidences to carriers in case of failure according to the established distribution plan. It is a non-intrusive solution which represents a successful experience of using smart environments and an optimized Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) embedded system in a viable way to resolve a real industrial need in the pharmaceutical industry. The combination of deterministic modeling of the indoor vehicle, the implementation of an ad-hoc radiating element and an agile software platform within an overall system architecture leads to a competitive, flexible and scalable solution. View Full-Text
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Moreno, A.; Angulo, I.; Perallos, A.; Landaluce, H.; Zuazola, I.J.G.; Azpilicueta, L.; Astrain, J.J.; Falcone, F.; Villadangos, J. IVAN: Intelligent Van for the Distribution of Pharmaceutical Drugs. Sensors 2012, 12, 6587-6609.
Moreno A, Angulo I, Perallos A, Landaluce H, Zuazola IJG, Azpilicueta L, Astrain JJ, Falcone F, Villadangos J. IVAN: Intelligent Van for the Distribution of Pharmaceutical Drugs. Sensors. 2012; 12(5):6587-6609.Chicago/Turabian Style
Moreno, Asier; Angulo, Ignacio; Perallos, Asier; Landaluce, Hugo; Zuazola, Ignacio Julio García; Azpilicueta, Leire; Astrain, José Javier; Falcone, Francisco; Villadangos, Jesús. 2012. "IVAN: Intelligent Van for the Distribution of Pharmaceutical Drugs." Sensors 12, no. 5: 6587-6609.