Digi SmartSense for Transportation
Fleets play a vital role for many companies, particularly those with perishable or sensitive goods that have to be stored and transported at precise temperatures or risk damage and spoilage. However, rigid government regulations and complex business logistics can make it challenging for businesses to monitor goods continuously from origin to endpoint.
Digi SmartSense for Transportation is a wireless, end-to-end cold chain monitoring solution that enables companies to remotely monitor the location of their fleet vehicles, and automatically record the temperature and status of goods from the time they’re loaded onto a truck, while in transit, and once they’ve reached their destination.
Wireless sensors collect valuable location, temperature, humidity and situational data (such as doors left open), in real-time and transmit the data to the SmartSense Gateway. Aggregated data is then transmitted from the Gateway to the SmartSense portal, where actionable information, analytics, and reports are available 24/7 via the user-friendly dashboard
With sensors and gateways that are plug-and-play ready, the solution is quick and easy to deploy in reefer trucks or vans, storage, and loading areas. Alerts are automatically sent by email, text, and phone when temperatures or conditions have gone outside predefined thresholds, enabling you to take action before spoilage occurs.
Approved for use by the CDC, BOP, and VFC, as well as the FDA and USDA, Digi SmartSense makes it easy to comply with regulations, including FSMA requirements, by having audit logs, six years of storage, and corrective action notation available at anytime.
Improve operational efficiencies, easily comply with regulations, and ensure the safety and integrity of your sensitive goods in transit with Digi SmartSense for Transportation.
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