Each year approximately 1/3 of all food produced for human consumption is wasted. Out of which 12% occurs during distribution due to inappropriate refrigeration. Refrigeration, food safety, and food waste are intimately linked. The cold chain is responsible for the preservation and transportation of perishable foods in the proper temperature range to maintain quality food throughout distribution.
Learn how low-cost wireless temperature‐monitoring technologies can help enterprises reduce food waste, foodborne illnesses and impact on your bottom line.
Real Life Use Case
Loca Service X UnaBiz
Loca Service is a leading refrigerated furniture rental company in Europe. They came to UnaBiz looking for an affordable solution that allows them to track their refrigerator fleet and monitor the content in the fridge in real-time.
Upon understanding their requirements, UnaBiz created a cost-efficient, low-power industrial grade tracker that lasts for at least 2 years. This solution comes with a WIFI Tracker, an external probe temperature sensor that is connected to the chamber of the fridge and a CT clamp that measures the electric power of the fridge.
The solution is designed to send location data to Loca Service regularly and alert them of any temperature change in the fridge so they can take swift measures to change fridges or move the perishables. In the event, when the power of the fridge goes below the minimum threshold, a warning will be sent to the customers to inform them of possible breakdown.
Since the implementation of the IoT solution, Loca Service has reduced the loss of its perishable assets by 15%.
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