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Loss of quality or effectiveness, due to fluctuations in temperature and humidity: a nightmare for every Mapping expert. Fortunately, this is now a thing of the past thanks to SenseAnywhere’s data loggers. These real-time wireless tools map the temperatures of medical samples and pharmaceutical substances. It is the most efficient way of executing GMP compliant Mappings. Automatic and accurate. Easy, excellent & economical.

Mapping: why?
Mapping is all about control and full documentation: what is the temperature and humidity distribution in a storage area? Through a fully documented verification process, Mapping demonstrates compliance with high standards. Requirements from management, your customers and the regulatory authorities (GxP). All temperature-controlled storage areas are mapped out. Only once everything is okay, is it safe to store time- and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products in your warehouse.

Save time and money
Programming and collecting all loggers, reading data, running data in Excel, collecting findings, making graphs, processing the report and if things go wrong: everything has to be done all over again. Sound familiar? With the SenseAnywhere Real Time Mapping solution, this is a thing of the past. You install the loggers in the warehouse and connect a Mobile AccessPoint, that’s all! With one click of a button you can see the correct temperatures in the SenseAnywhere Portal. It enables you to easily and quickly see if all data loggers are working and set correctly.

Identify Hot and Cold spots
A Mapping results in the identification of hot and cold spots. A cold spot refers to the lowest, a hot spot to the highest temperatures recorded in the room during the study period. Determining hot and cold spots is important for optimal temperature control. Read more about determining hot and cold spots in the “What is Mapping?” framework.

Eliminate (human) errors
SenseAnywhere eliminates human error in Mapping, storing and processing data. Our software does not allow the addition, modification or deletion of logger data. Regulatory authorities and auditors can easily verify that the Digital Mapping report you provided is genuine. Guaranteed real data.

7 advantages

  • Small and robust wireless data loggers with NIST-traceable or accredited calibration certificates and a 10-year battery life
  • Easy to place and use, without any pre-installation or wiring and without pressing any buttons
  • High accuracy: ± 0,10 °C (0 °C to 70 °C) and ± 0,15 °C (-40 °C to 0 °C) and long-term stability (drift in time <0,01 °C / year)
  • User-friendly online application, no installation required, with detailed and customisable reports
  • All data is available in realtime in the Cloud database
  • Automatic reports, so no human intervention and real data guaranteed with the shortest possible validation time
  • Tabular and graphical reports in accordance with 21 CFR Part 11


Looking for a Mapping expert?
Yes, our real-time Mapping solution is intelligent, but a Mapping expert remains indispensable. They supervise the Mapping, determine the frequency and location of the monitoring equipment, review the numerical data, draw conclusions and prepare a recommendation. This is why SenseAnywhere works with professional Mapping partners. If you would like to know more about working with one of our Mapping experts, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What is Mapping?
Mapping is a documented measurement of the temperature and/or relative humidity distribution within a storage area, including identification of hot and cold spots. The purpose of a temperature Mapping study is to document and control the temperature distribution within a storage area. All Mapping exercises should be fully documented in order to demonstrate compliance to management, clients and the regulatory authorities.

All new temperature-controlled storage areas must be temperature-mapped as part of a fully documented verification process, before the installation is commissioned and handed over by the installer. Until this has been done, it is not safe to store time- and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products in such areas.

A Mapping Exercise results in the identification of hot and cold spots. Cold spot refers to the lowest temperature(s) recorded in the space over the study period. A hot spot refers to the highest temperature(s) recorded in the area studied over the study period. The purpose of determining hot and cold spots is to identify the locations where the monitoring system data loggers should preferentially be located. Average values can be useful to help confirm true hot and cold spots.

The SenseAnywhere Temperature Mapping is an extremely efficient and economical Mapping process with a minimum of time and resources, which quickly and clearly discovers possible resist areas. Based on the generated Mapping Report in SAClient, users can make recommendations about the optimum storage locations for highly sensitive products, and those that are less sensitive.

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