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July 10, 2012 - PakSense Announces Second-Generation BIOmed XpressPDF Temperature Monitoring Label

Simplifies supply chain temperature monitoring of vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and biologics.
BOISE, Idaho—(July 10, 2012)—PakSense, Inc. announced today the launch of its next generation BIOmed XpressPDF temperature monitoring label. About the size of a sugar packet, BIOmed XpressPDF labels are flat and feature an integrated USB connection point which can be plugged directly into the USB port of a computer.

October 31, 2011 - PakSense Named 2011 Idaho Innovative Company of the Year

BOISE, Idaho—(October 31, 2011)—PakSense was named Innovative Company of the Year during the sixth annual Idaho Innovation Awards, presented during the Idaho Technology Council's annual Hall of Fame Celebration. The state's only innovation awards program, the Idaho Innovation Awards, recognize innovative accomplishments throughout the state. Nominations were judged by a selection committee consisting of leaders from Idaho's business, technology and academic communities.

January 10, 2011 - PakSense Announces Digital Temperature Monitoring Labels for Life Sciences

Labels help ensure integrity of the cold chain, promote unlimited applications

BOISE, Idaho—(October 10, 2011)—PakSense announced today the launch of the PakSense BIOmed Label product line for use in clinical trials, pharmaceuticals, biologics, vaccines and other healthcare-related material transport. A new class of temperature monitoring device, PakSense BIOmed Labels are flat, about the size of a sugar packet, and digitally monitor a product's environment during distribution or storage.

October 14, 2011 - PakSense Announces XpressPDF Temperature Monitoring Label

Unique label design features USB connection; automatically generates PDF data file

BOISE, Idaho—(October 14, 2011)—PakSense announced today the launch of the XpressPDF™ temperature monitoring label. XpressPDF Labels monitor time and temperature of perishable items such as food, vaccines, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and other perishable products during distribution and storage.