Digital platform 'Oxygen Monitoring System for UP' developed to deal with oxygen problem in all government and private hospitals of state
The coronavirus crisis is at its peak in India. With record surging cases, the city-to-city oxygen crisis has arisen. On Friday, a digital platform named "Oxygen Monitoring System for UP" has been developed to deal with the problem of oxygen in all government and private hospitals of the state. To address the stated problem in all the hospitals of Uttar Pradesh, a digital platform called "Oxygen Monitoring System for UP" has been developed. The platform, which was inaugurated by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday, has been prepared by Rodic Consultants Pvt. Ltd. in collaboration with the Food Safety and Drug Administration, Medical Education Department, Medical Health and Family Welfare Department, Transport and Home Department of the state.
Representatives of this company will be provide the required oxygen to ensure smooth functioning in all government and private hospitals. A web portal/link has been created for the same. It can be used by the officers and employees associated with the oxygen supply chain. Representatives of the company will upload the oxygen requirement details of the hospital on the portal.
On tracking it online, the nearest vehicle will be sent to the particular hospital with the needed amount of oxygen.
With this digital platform, delivering, monitoring and tracking of oxygen will be easily maintained and this will enable the provision of oxygen on the demand of hospitals as soon as possible. All the Vehicles engaged in supplying oxygen will be connected to this platform to knwo the real time location of the hospitals.
Representatives of the company will also be present at the refill station and will cooperate in this work. Efforts are also being made to generate sufficient number of drivers for every oxygen vehicle, so that it can done smoothly.
(Reported by Ruchi)