Keep Your Products Fresh with Remote Monitoring

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Discover the benefits of remote refrigeration monitoring and find out how it can help you keep your products at the perfect temperature.

How Remote Monitoring Can Keep Your Products Fresh

Are you struggling with food waste, product spoilage, and high repair costs due to refrigeration equipment failures in Canada? If so, you're not alone. According to a report by Second Harvest, the Canadian food service industry generates 4.82 million tonnes of food waste every year, with a cost of over CAD 21 billion. One solution to these issues is remote refrigeration monitoring. In this post, we'll explore the benefits of remote monitoring, the problems it solves, and how to implement it. We will also discuss how Stratosfy's Deskless Operations Platform can help your business reduce waste and cut costs.

What is remote refrigeration monitoring?

Remote monitoring is a system that allows you to monitor the temperature and humidity of your refrigeration units remotely. A wireless sensor is placed inside each unit and sends data to a central hub or cloud-based platform. This platform provides real-time alerts, notifications, and reports about the status of each unit, allowing you to detect and address problems before they become serious.

The benefits of remote refrigeration monitoring

There are many benefits to using remote monitoring for your refrigeration equipment, including:

  • Reduced food waste: By keeping your products at the perfect temperature, you can avoid spoilage and extend their shelf life. This can reduce food waste and save you money.
  • Lower repair costs: Remote monitoring can help you detect issues with your equipment before they become serious, allowing you to schedule repairs at a convenient time and avoid costly emergency repairs.
  • Improved product quality: Maintaining the right temperature and humidity levels can help preserve the taste, texture, and appearance of your products. This can improve the quality of your offerings and enhance customer satisfaction.
  • Increased efficiency: Remote monitoring can reduce the need for manual temperature monitoring and logging, freeing up staff time for other tasks. This can increase efficiency and reduce labor costs.