March/April 2023

ONEEVENTTECHNOLOGIES IS REDUCING COSTS AND IMPROVING SAFETY WITH REFRIGERATED FOOD STORAGE MONITORING New advancements in temperature monitoring with Internet of Things technology ( IoT) and predictive analytics improves safety and compliance while generating significant cost savings. The OneEvent® remote refrigeration monitoring system provides oversight of temperature with real-time cell phone alerts when temperatures rise or fall beyond pre-set thresholds. The remote monitoring system communicates to the Internet via cellular network or WiFi. Data is then transferred to the cloud for storage, retrieval and analysis.

OneEvent provides automated daily temperature reports and monitors cooler and freezer performance as well as door activations and door open times. The systems can be customized to provide emailed reports of temperatures of all coolers and freezers monitored by the OneEvent® system. With OneEvent you can eliminate the laborious (and error prone) task of manually taking temperature readings and increase compliance and safety while reducing labor demand.

You’re probably doing more with less, especially now with the staff shortages that many are facing. While you’re short-staffed, the last thing you need is an emergency. Diverting staff to manage a refrigeration breakdown adds to your workload, generates loss and negatively impacts morale. OneEvent’s exclusive Thermo Heartbeat™ alerts you in advance when a unit needs adjustment or service, thus preventing costly breakdowns and excursions before they occur. With OneEvent all your temperatures are easily accessible via the OneEvent App on any cell phone or on the OneEvent Dashboard on computer. Maintaining proper refrigerator or freezer temperature is one of the easiest and quickest ways to reduce energy costs. A unit running 10°F too cold on average, will cost you 25% more energy every month. Another way to protect inventory and reduce costs is to keep doors closed as much as possible. What isn’t measured, isn’t managed; adding door sensors will assure that your staff is working as efficiently and effectively as possible. Plus, with dashboard and cell phone access to your data, you can know immediately if the issue is a failing refrigeration unit or just a door left open.

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