Food Service and Safety

Connected sensors monitor food conditions during transportation and storage all the way to the supermarket shelf

Every link of the food supply chain has an impact on food safety. If temperatures are unstable in refrigerated compartments, food storage warehouses, or inside cooling units in stores and walk-in coolers in restaurants, food quality is at risk. Smart sensors monitor temperatures and trigger alerts when there are unexpected changes.
“With current monitoring capabilities and access to data, foodservice professionals have untapped opportunities to leverage technology for improvements to safety processes.” Food Safety Magazine

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Cold storage

Ensure food is kept at correct temperatures to prevent spoilage and demonstrate and document compliance with safety regulations.

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Leak detection

Detect a leak before water pools on the floor, preventing mishaps and alerting you to problems with fridges and chillers.

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Remote monitoring

Bring central systems such as HVAC in line with occupancy and actual usage to lower energy costs and carbon footprint

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Sensors built for food service

Small and lightweight, Disruptive Technologies' sensors are easy to install in a warehouse or distribution center and practically invisible on the supermarket shelf. The small size allows for exact placement for maximum accuracy.

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Food Service & Safety Applications

  • Temperature monitoring
  • Compressors and frosting
  • Shelf stock refill
  • Fridge door open warning
  • Ratings buttons
  • Waste management

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