Live monitoring is essential to success
Smart Cold Chain Monitoring
GND’s Cold-Chain monitoring solution can help you efficiently manage the storage, shipping, and distribution of products that need a temperature-controlled environment, such as farm-fresh food or pharmaceuticals and other perishable that have specific temperature range requirements. Our solution provides managers with live data about temperature and location, mitigating any problems along the chain before they arise. We understand the careful live monitoring, sending and receiving of business-critical information is essential to success.
With IoT cold chain monitoring systems
Right eco system for perishable goods
Maintaining an optimal temperature during transportation of your food or pharmaceutical supplies is crucial in preventing costly spoilage. GND’s cold-chain monitoring solution provides a reliable and affordable way to ensure your coolers and freezers are working properly, potentially saving you dollars in unnecessary damage.
IOT enabled Cold Chain Solutions
Measure the exact temperature
Know the precise temperature for all your perishable goods, at all times.
Track location of your perishable goods real-time. Monitor real-time location-wise temperature breach and duration if any.
The stakeholder can get alert instantly when there is a violation of temperature or damage to the consignment, potential theft, delay in arrival, reduce downtime and wastage
History & reports
Download and review report hourly, daily, weekly, monthly. Reports can be viewed on the dashboard or shared to email.
Respond to changes, damage
React quickly to potential problems. Not only reduce wastage, but it also helps improve the relationship with clients.
Insight in the cold-chain system
Provide insight into previously invisible problems. You can quickly discover issues that you would not have seen before.
Smart Cold Chain Benefits
Monitoring solutions enabled by IoT connectivity
Smart Cold Chain Specifications
- Better monitoring of temperatures in refrigerated warehouses could help to cut back on food waste as temperatures that are either too high or too low can result in wastage.
- The grocery and food sectors are leading in the adoption of cold chain monitoring, followed closely by manufacturing in the pharmaceutical spaces.
- What’s behind the value proposition to the warehouse manager is getting the information faster about if there are problems, and then to be able to head that off.
- New trends in cold-chain monitoring are transitioning warehouse manager from a role of collecting raw data to data analyst. Traditionally, warehouse managers have had to manually collect information from temperature gauges or by looking at the product. Cold chain monitoring with sensor-based technology, however, allows these managers to focus instead on fixing problem areas.
- Investing in cold chain monitoring technology is something a company has to weigh internally, based justifying the cost of losses experienced by poor temperature control.