Today’s food and beverage companies rely on Internet of Things (IoT) food quality monitoring systems. IoT enablement helps food and beverage companies gain greater visibility over their manufacturing, production and transportation processes to provide higher quality products for end consumers while maintaining operational efficiency and remaining compliant with governmental regulations.
Safety measures are vital to provide safe food and beverages for consumers and maintain compliance. Sensor-based tracking ensures safety during transit and storage. Automated alerts trigger staff to perform and verify required inspections.
IoT-driven inventory management systems support just-in-time logistics to ensure supplies align with demand. These systems eliminate shortages and overstocks to prevent consumer strain and food spoilage.
Sensing technology and data analytics provide accurate records about food production and storage. This information is critical to improving product life cycle stages for an economical food and beverage supply chain.
The food and beverage industry’s green movement focuses on ensuring sustainable practices. IoT-enabled food management systems support these initiatives by:
R9 Technology’s Picogate cellular IoT gateway is central to its cold-chain monitoring solution. Picogate leverages Telit cellular modules, connectivity and IIoT platforms. This solution eliminates manual reporting and provides accurate audits and temperature monitoring.Learn More
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