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Cold chain monitoring with LoRaWAN®

January 1, 2021
By The Things Industries

LoRaWAN-based solutions with their low-power/long-battery life help to track and endure the quality of items on a journey from the manufacturer to the end-user. Issues may be managed in real-time with IoT cold chain monitoring systems, with a whole infrastructure reacting as a single unit.

Koolzone uses The Things Stack for their out-of-the-box sensors have lately been used in labs, cold storage, freezers, and mobile testing venues across the world to keep Covid-19 vaccines safe. ComplianceMate has thousands of LoRaWAN gateways and devices deployed across three continents to help restaurants comply with food safety risk management methods, which includes a variety of control points such as monitoring cooling equipment temperature.

Learn more about how IoT can be utilized in cold chain and compliance:

https://youtu.be/t1rZJ1iVVog

The Things Stack is an open-source LoRaWAN Network Server that may be used for global public and private applications as well as small, local networks.

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