Stu Gavurin's article on Toolbox highlights the seven critical factors when getting started on an IoT digital transformation. From setting realistic business goals to data ownership and obsolescence.
Stuart Gavurin & Carson McDonald are guests on the IoT for All Let’s Connect podcast! Listen to their debate on real-time vs on-time, the importance of people in application design, and what the future of IoT might look like.
Stuart Gavurin explains how OpSense helps grocers ensure food safety during COVID and beyond.
Affordable, around the clock temperature and humidity monitoring to protect the perishables in walk-in freezers and refrigerators.
Wireless sensors collect environmental data and notify team members when perishable inventory is at risk through a sophisticated software platform.
Best of breed software and a market-leading digital checklist application ensure quality and compliance as businesses adjust to the new normal.
OpSense invited industry leaders from KFC, The Kroger Company, Gusto Farm to Street and PXY Data to speak honestly and openly about the state of tech in the restaurant and grocery industries and what delivers the most business value.For openers, we asked what emerging tech makes them roll their eyes. If you weren’t lucky enough to attend live, you can view a complete recording.
OpSense Makes the Cut : Competitively-Selected Companies Come from 6 States, Represent Diverse Range of Industry Sectors
The collaboration brings best of breed software and intelligent edge platform together to deliver a market-leading solution for enterprises that need to mix legacy and modern sensors.
Today’s restaurants face increasing challenges, from rising food and labor costs to food safety compliance concerns.
Mission Data, developer of the OpSense platform bringing remote operations monitoring to restaurants and retail establishments, is proud to present a breakout session at this year’s Foodservice Technology Conference (FSTEC).
When it comes to food safety and temperature monitoring, the appeal of automation is crystal clear.
Digital products developer Mission Data has come up with OpSense, a sensor software platform to monitor such factors as temperature and humidity, improving accuracy and freeing up employees for other tasks.
Mission Data, leading developers of digital products, today announced it has launched OpSense, a powerful Internet of Things (IoT) solution that enables restaurants and retail establishments to monitor food temperature and other critical aspects of their onsite operations.
Mission Data has joined the zigbee alliance, a non-profit association of companies creating, maintaining, and delivering open, global standards for low-powered wireless Internet of Things (IoT) devices.