The aim of the project was to develop a prototype of an IT system capable of managing the logistics of medical reagents and transplant organs between medical units, in particular between hospitals, where the project will result in testing the system at the MVP level. The project team focused on developing an IT solution comprising two systems, TRANSLOG and TRANSDRON.
At project completion, the TRANSLOG system was tested at the MVP level through registering and shipping a medical delivery using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) between two hospital facilities.
TRANSLOG is a proprietary UAV medical shipping logistics system designed for applications such as the exchange of clinical samples, blood, or transplant organs between hospitals across Poland. The solution is designed for healthcare providers. It enables rapid and secure delivery of items between hospitals, at a reduced cost with reduced delivery times and enhanced security.
Currently, many pilot projects of UAV-powered medical deliveries are being attempted in Poland and across the world.
The system is based on the “mobile-first” principle, uses the Symphony 5 PHP framework, and is integrated with Google Maps.
The project was implemented under the AccelBox programme supported by The National Centre for Research and Development.