The following white papers provide insight into how the Internet of Things and Monnit Smart Monitoring Systems can solve issues across various industries.
|Smart Monitoring Systems for Foodservice and Restaurants
With the foodservice industry growing rapidly many restaurants are struggling to optimize. The restaurant business is challenging, as studies show that 60 percent of restaurants fail within the first three years. As a restaurant owner, if you want to stay ahead of the competition, you need to maximize your resources. Implementing new, low-cost, connected technologies can play a major part in improving efficiency and success.
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|Food Safety With Smart Monitoring Systems
As regulations and competition grow, food suppliers and restaurant owners cannot afford to take risks when it comes to food safety. Suffering the loss of stock due to spoilage or spreading food-borne illness is an expense that a business may not overcome. Monitoring food temperatures will help prevent waste and provide safer and better-tasting food.
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|Smart Monitoring Systems for Property Management
With the potential for many different situations, manager of commercial properties, hotels, vacant properties, and residential properties all require problem-solving skills and awareness when dealing with issues that others may not see as solvable. As a property manager, you can either handle issues as they arise or eliminate costly property damages before they happen at all, which is made possible by the Internet of Things.
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|Smart Monitoring Systems for Pharmacies and Laboratories
As regulations, and competition grows, pharmaceutical clinics and laboratories cannot afford to take risks with product safety. Suffering the loss of stock due to spoilage is an expense that most organizations may not overcome. Monitoring pharmaceutical storage cooler temperatures will ensure product safety and minimize costs from waste while helping meet regulatory compliance.
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|Smart Monitoring Systems for HVAC and Refrigeration
Smart monitoring solutions allow companies to remotely monitor and manage temperature and environment from anywhere, anytime via the Internet of Things. Securely record and exchange data, and receive immediate alerts about issues before they become costly, time-consuming problems
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|Smart Monitoring Systems for Data Centers, Closets, and Server Rooms
Whether you house data in a closet, large offsite center or server room, each is full of sensitive electronics, from storage arrays, sensors, switches and WI-FI routers, to server racks, patchboards and phone lines. Smart monitoring solutions can help prevent costly damage due to environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity and water presence, and even help lower costs associated with maintaining the environment in these areas.
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|Remote Monitoring Solutions for Corporate Properties
Using remote monitoring solutions, corporate building managers and facility professionals can monitor and manage building systems from anywhere, anytime. This also means secure data recording and exchange, and immediate alerts about issues before they become costly, time-consuming problems. Learn how the Internet of Things can help lower your operational costs and prevent issues within your facilities.
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|Remote Monitoring Solutions for Agriculture
IoT represents an ever-growing network of physical objects (“things”) connected to sensors capable of network connectivity. Sensor networks automate the collection and exchange of crucial operational data from the field. Using Monnit Remote Monitoring Solutions for Agriculture, growers can remotely monitor and manage crop, processing, and machinery systems from anywhere, anytime. This also means secure data recording and immediate alerts about issues before they become costly, time-consuming problems.
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