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Don't Thaw, Get Smart with Temperature Monitoring Sensors

Updated: Sep 29, 2023

As the loT continues to develop and integrate into every facet of life, it's likely that its impact will become even bigger than what is outlined above. While there are certainly benefits to the loT, like any technology, privacy and security issues should be taken into consideration. Many people are already concerned about their personal data being collected by corporations and governments. However, privacy advocates will be able to make a case for protections if lawmakers are aware of how many opportunities exist for businesses to profit from this tech while doing good in the world at the same time.

I.o.T. sensors are the perfect solution for temperature monitoring. Our business is all about monitoring the temperature of refrigeration/freezer units in a fixed location or as they move from one location to another. We use sensors to monitor the temperature of commercial appliances, warehouses, cold chain logistics, plus many more applications, then we use software to analyze that data and track temperatures and appliance performance.

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Increased productivity and efficiency

Through constant monitoring, data collection, and instant alert notifications businesses will be able to prevent losses, track appliance usage, track cold chain transport or packages. For example, if a restaurant owner is alerted in the middle of the night that his or her food prep station or refrigeration unit temperature is getting close to becoming harmful, this individual can take proper action by having the sensor software send an alert to their repairman so he or she can take action or the business owner can move perishables into another unit.

Reduced risk

With all this data being collected by sensors, businesses can ensure that their products and workers are safer. This can also save them money if they avoid situations where their workers could potentially get injured or their products could get damaged. For example, an industrial cryogenic warehouse that houses biological samples has workers inside performing daily tasks and the thermostat malfunctions and the warehouse cools itself to a harmful temperature to workers inside.

Reduced costs

I.o.T. deployments create opportunities for companies to reduce costs by automating manual processes, preventing losses, and monitoring employee safety.

Increased visibility

Sensors can deliver data in real time or near real time, which helps improve management and decision making by providing insights into operations. For example, if a refrigeration or freezer unit malfunctions or fails outside of normal business operation hours, an owner, manager, or repair person can mitigate any further damage. This can save a lot of wasted time and money.


In today's world where everything is connected through the internet, businesses are using this technology to improve their operations by collecting data from their operation and using it to make informed decisions about how they operate their business. This means that they can monitor every aspect of their operation from refrigeration monitoring to prevent disasters in real time so they can react quickly when things go wrong or plan ahead when things are running smoothly (or even better than expected!). Wan to talk to a specialist? Click below to learn more.

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