Oslo, Norway, January 5th, 2023. Disruptive Technologies (DT), a leading provider of wireless sensor technology, is proud to launch at CES 2023 the latest addition to the sensor platform: a game-changing new wireless temperature sensor for the cold chain market. Measuring just 19x19x3.5 mm, this tiny yet powerful sensor offers up to 15 years of battery life and a temperature range of -40°C to +85°C, making it ideal for continuous temperature monitoring in a variety of settings, including grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants, and hospitals.
According to the World Economic Forum, food retail stores have been able to reduce food loss by 40% through remote temperature monitoring. With Disruptive Technologies' new temperature sensor with data backfill, businesses can use this technology to meet HACCP requirements and reduce food waste, optimize energy consumption, and reduce the time required to manually monitor equipment.
One of the key features of the temperature sensor with data backfill is its ability to store up to 100,000 temperature samples internally if the cloud connection is lost. This ensures that critical temperature data is never lost, even in the event of a temporary disruption in connectivity. This feature is particularly important for regulatory compliance, as it ensures that customers always have a complete record of data available for review and inspection. The long battery life and data backfill features are made possible by DTs' proprietary chip technology.
Wireless Temperature Sensor with Data Backfill
In addition, the temperature sensor can be calibrated by Disruptive Technologies in a 5-point ISO 17025 compliant process, resulting in an accuracy of ±0.25°C upon shipment. And with its low drift, the sensor can maintain an accuracy of ±0.5°C for over 5 years, meeting the most common accuracy requirement for the cold chain market. These features make it one of the most accurate wireless temperature sensors available on the market today. Customers can easily access the calibration certificate and sensor data for their sensors through DTs' API or web application, Studio.
Deployment and management of DT sensors are simple and easy, thanks to the company's Secure Data Shot (SDS) wireless communication protocol. Sensors can be quickly and easily installed and configured, and sensor data is easily accessible through the company's API or web application.
"We are thrilled to introduce this game-changing temperature sensor to the cold chain market," said Bengt Lundberg, CEO of Disruptive Technologies. "With its small size, long battery life, and exceptional accuracy, this temperature sensor is sure to revolutionize the way temperature data is collected and used in the cold chain industry."
In addition to the new temperature sensor, DT's comprehensive sensor suite includes touch, proximity, water, humidity, CO2, motion, and the recently launched desk occupancy sensor. The desk occupancy sensor was recognized as a CES® 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree earlier this year and will be showcased alongside the new temperature sensor with data backfill at CES 2023.
DT’s sensors are fully customizable, scalable, and secure and can be deployed anywhere in minutes. The tiny but powerful wireless sensors feature a long battery life, and the simplest installation and integration.
The temperature sensor with data backfill is available today for purchase by contacting sales.
Kim is the Head of Brand Marketing at DT. She has several years of marketing and design experience and holds a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from Florida Atlantic University. She works on developing DT's identity as a global brand. Outside of work, she enjoys being competitive in any sport, creates, and reads/watches any fantasy novel, series, or movies that she finds.
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