Technology that delivers a near-perfect cooled environment

If product is to be sold at peak condition, storage conditions must also be at peak condition.

This requires that temperature, humidity and room access control are carefully monitored. The key to performing these tasks well is to monitor conditions consistently, not simply reacting - at which point the damage could already been done. The ultimate goal is to maintain a state of health as close as possible to 100 percent throughout the storage and distribution processes.

Until now, there have been limits to how critical storage information is gathered and distributed in real-time. Furthermore, most monitoring systems are severely limited in their ability to gather multi-application data.

Xemote is a comprehensive solution to the challenge of daily cold storage data monitoring and capture. It provides real-time, actionable information allowing for informed decision making that ultimately means the highest levels of product health, an extended shelf-life offering, enhanced product quality and safety to the consumer.

Significant energy savings and reduced costly system downtime can be achieved by optimising the operations of critical cold storage infrastructure through the use of our system.

You'll always know the condition of your product even on-the-move

Maintaining chilling conditions over a space of a warehouse or during distribution is best accomplished automatically to minimize microbial growth.

A simple error, like a door left open, a sudden rise in box temperatures or an unexpected electrical outage can trigger emergency measures that are costly.

Without proactive smart monitoring of the entire cold storage and distribution process, compromised product safety is passed on to the consumer with potentially dire consequences. That's to say if the entire shipment does not have to be discarded, or sold at a reduced price.

Temperature monitoring and sampling can give an indication of an issue before it becomes critical. The earlier a problem is detected, the less it costs in correction and lost productivity.

Reports for operational trending can also yield more insightful decisions. For example, chilling chambers need to work harder to keep cool on warmer days or when warm stock is added. Identifying these trends and automatically making fine adjustments reduces discrepancies and reduce costs.

Cold storage uses a significant amount of energy which can be reduced by optimising the management and operation of valuable assets such as refrigerators distribution equipment.