How Airspace’s Industry-First, Patented Technology is Transforming the Industry

Airspace utilizes a technology-driven platform – backed by machine learning and AI – to deliver time-critical shipments including organs for transplant, medical specimens, airplane parts, and more. We recently announced that Airspace was granted a U.S. patent for our logistics management platform technology, making us the first and only company in the industry to achieve such a significant milestone. This patent specifically covers the system, method, and computer programming of the logistical and graphical presentation of the most optimal route for the transportation of precious packages from start to finish.

5 Reasons Customers Choose Airspace for Their Time-Critical Shipments

At Airspace, we know that your time-critical shipments need to arrive on-time and handled with precision. Historically, critical shipments have been mismanaged by the lack of transparency and speed within the industry and customers have come to accept this as the “industry standard.” All too often, delays arise which cause re-routed and late packages resulting in decreased viability of an organ for transplant or medical specimen, canceled flights due to missing aircraft parts, or the loss of a life. To ensure a successful delivery, it’s crucial to have ultimate visibility, unmatched speed, and a dedicated team behind the process.

The Impact of Invoicing in 2020

The advantages of working at the speed of Airspace 

Last-Mile Robots... Coming Soon?

The robots are coming. Well, maybe. We’ll know soon

Drones will disrupt logistics… One of these days

For a technology-forward company like Airspace Technologies, the opportunity to use drones in logistics is very exciting – and thanks to the work of some savvy startups, the technology could be ready fairly soon. However, much like self-driving vehicles, we will first need to settle the regulatory and insurance parts.

How Faster Deliveries Impact Healthcare Logistics

Transporting medical shipments such as organs, tissues, and blood is a time sensitive process with no room for error. Based on a study by the Cardiothoracic Research Unit at Rayne Institute - St. Thomas Hospital in London, UK; 27% of hearts that are donated become damaged during the transportation and storage process.

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