At this juncture, with major industries across the globe waging war against the global pandemic to remain afloat amidst all the turmoil, one could easily assert that the airline industry has taken the biggest hit. Both passenger as well as cargo capacity has been on the decline ever since the pandemic spread across different countries. Many cargo carriers have been trying to be on top of the situation by deploying various strategies like aircraft conversions, more chartered flights etc.
In 2013 a top pharma retailer in the US decided to donate over 300,000 does of flu vaccine to the Laos People's Democratic Republic, in the light of the regions flu season. External aid was necessary but came with its own challenges. The safe transportation of the vaccines from US production facility to consumption in Laos presented several challenges and most important among them was ensuring the integrity of the vaccine.
Technology advancement in its latest lap of progress has presented before us, an able contender in the form of wearable devices. Wearable devices includes a gamut of devices that can be worn as a clothing / accessory, and have an amount of processing power, storage and logic. While some of these devices like the activity trackers have already made inroads into the consumer market, many are still in the conceptual and prototyping phase.
A combination of changing industry regulations, razor thin margins and tough competition is forcing many airline cargo enterprises to reengineer their existing business practices.With the advent of mobile applications and the increasingly favorable disposition of customers towards mobile technology, and due to the increasing availability and ease of performing software upgrades, mobile devices seem to be the most likely candidate to drive inevitable change.