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Food safety is important to all of us. Both consumer and supplier should feel confident that their food is unspoiled and free from contamination. Since food product safety is ultimately a management responsibility, it is not surprising that considerable effort has been devoted to monitoring and controlling conditions at all stages of food processing from initial production through distribution, storage, display to point-of-sale. A preventative approach involving control of the ingredients, production process, and storage environment is the preferred method of ensuring uncontaminated and safe supplies.
We have seen the benefits of NCF in our daily lives in such applications as instant payments via smartphones and tablets. The adoption of this technology has also enhanced the user experience in industrial applications that transmit data via LoRaWAN protocol.
Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF), a non-profit organisation, is working to further this positive trend by re-establishing “self-sustaining oyster beds throughout Puget Sound to provide filtration and structured habitat for a diverse community of marine species.”
Milesight offers the IoT solution with LoRaWAN® sensors and gateway specialising in the wireless protection of high-value assets. The sensors monitor effectively the storage environment and provide real-time information to coordinate with the HAVC system in museums.
There are many factors that you need to consider when selecting the right RTD or PT100 sensor for your application. Discover the top 7 factors to consider, as well as other key benefits and features of temperature sensors.
Looking to expand the quantity, quality, and usability of water quality data in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, systems ecologist Robert Crabtree launched a test site for his RiverNET project in the Upper Yellowstone watershed, one of six watersheds in the greater ecosystem area.