Rfid Blood Monitoring Systems Market Growth, Analysis, Overview and Outlook and Segment to 2020

Technavio Announces the Publication of its Research Report Global RFID Blood Monitoring Systems Market 2016-2020

Technavio recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global RFID blood monitoring systems market: Biolog-Id, Mediware Information Systems, S3Edge, SATO Vicinity, and Terso Solutions.

Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: Honeywell, LogiTag, Mobile Aspects, Nordic ID, Solstice Medical, Stanley Healthcare, TAGSY RFID, WaveMark, and Zebra Technologies.

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Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavios team said: Growing adoption of RFID-based solutions for efficient blood monitoring is an important trend gaining traction in the market. The industry has been witnessing a growing use of RFID-based solutions to improve efficiency. For instance, in May 2016, Aegis Sciences Corporation employed an RFID-based solution to monitor the status of blood and urine samples. In May 2016, the University of Tennessee Medical Centre also expanded its use of RFID within its 36 operating rooms. In March 2016, NSW Health Pathology that operates five clinical and scientific networks, deployed RFID technology at a blood bank it runs at the Liverpool Hospital, Sydney, Australia. It will allow the hospital to track blood products throughout the process of the supply chain. The increasing adoption of RFID technology for blood monitoring will fuel the market growth.”

According to the report, robust guidelines enabling use of RFID for blood monitoring is a key driver contributing to this markets growth. The International Society of Blood Transfusion (ISBT) Working Party on Information Technology voted in 2006 to form a task force on RFID to review the state of RFID development and recommend guidelines for the application of RFID in transfusion medicine. The guidelines cover the use of RFID in the blood product...