- septiembre 16, 2011
Natalie Privett and David Gonsalvez of the Zaragoza Logistics Center will be conducting a workshop in Paris on Friday, September 16 as part of a project with Novacom Services on behalf of the European Space Agency.
This workshop is part of the larger GULLIVER Project. The GULLIVER project is interested in understanding the potential impact of space-based tracking in pharmaceutical supply chains, especially that of humanitarian organizations. Participants in the workshop are from a variety of experiences and activities of these pharmaceutical supply chains.
Workshop goals include discussing the current state of global health and humanitarian supply chains for pharmaceutical products, reviewing preliminary study findings, and prioritizing user requirements for potential tracking and tracing technology. Participants will have the opportunity to influence future phases of the project.