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Let’s Assess Product Simulation vs. Defrost Cycle Filtering

Act with confidence based on actual product temperature.

We love to build new things, and we love to apply those capabilities to customer challenges. It...

Written by Dan Bachiochi | January 4, 2018

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Connecting Your Enterprise: Plan Your Implementation Approach

We’re back for round two in a series offering practical advice to prepare your business for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In this context, IIoT entails connecting and monitoring equipment, vehicles, and other hard assets within a company’s aggregated information network to enable additional organizational insights, efficiency, and control.

Written by TempAlert | February 21, 2018

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Connecting Your Enterprise: Welcome to Industry 4.0

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), also known as Industry 4.0, has received a lot of media hype in recent years. This movement entails connecting and monitoring equipment, vehicles, and other hard assets within a company’s aggregated information network to enable additional organizational insights, efficiency, and control.

Written by TempAlert | February 14, 2018

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Connectivity 101: It’s All in the Cloud

At TempAlert, we go beyond monitoring the temperature of your assets—we also monitor our own system of sensors to ensure that we get all of the temperature readings when they’re expected.

Written by Jheel Doshi | February 1, 2018

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Here’s Why Continuous Monitoring Keeps Your Inventory Safe

Food safety and pharmaceutical storage are two applications where knowing the temperature of the storage area for a product is critical to ensuring its safety and viability. Produce will spoil quicker when it’s not cooled during storage, which can lead to quality issues in the freshness and taste of the final product.

Written by Jason Sroka | January 25, 2018

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Connected Facility

TempAlert's Top Remote Monitoring Articles of 2017

Another year has come and gone, and IoT has allowed us to accomplish more than anyone ever thought possible. New technologies are revealed daily, making once complex tasks easier and more manageable. Disasters such as the hurricanes taught us at how important connectivity is to keeping people safe during emergency situations.

Written by TempAlert | December 28, 2017

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How To Properly Document Alert Notifications for Temperature Excursions

We’d all like to think our refrigeration systems were always working perfectly, day and night, keeping our stocks safe for customers. The truth is that coolers and freezers can go out of range for a number of reasons, from those as simple as a defrost cycle or a door being left open to those as complicated as a fridge beginning to fail.

Written by Tara McNabb | November 29, 2017

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Connected Facility

3 Real-world Situations That Require a Continuous Monitoring System

If your stores are still using paper logs to monitor temperature, you may not have a full understanding of how your equipment affects your products. With traditional twice-daily temperature logging, there’s no way to know what’s happening inside of coolers and freezers throughout the day.

Written by Genevieve Shattow | November 8, 2017

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Why Temperature Monitoring Device Placement is Critical

When installing continuous temperature monitoring systems for food and medication safety initiatives, device placement should be at the very top of your list of considerations. This decision requires careful thought, and in-field testing and proofs of concept can definitely benefit the process. Here’s why:

Written by Dave Raymond | October 12, 2017

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Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season

Disasters like the recent hurricanes can be costly for companies that rely on power to keep their products protected. Using both temperature and power outage data, our pharmacy clients were able to assess both product and revenue loss in ways that allowed them to continue to assist patients to the best of their best ability. We evaluated power outages across 1,200 locations we monitor in Florida to generate a...

Written by Genevieve Shattow | September 27, 2017

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