In order to feed a world with increasingly congested cities and a rapidly growly population, food must be transported. But, how does one monitor the food during transport to ensure that it has been protected from temperature and humidity spikes? How can shippers know exactly what the conditions are in the back of a truck containing the food or where the truck is en route?
DeltaTrak has just released a new white paper “Bluetooth Low Energy Devices: The Right Temperature Monitoring Solution for Your Produce Shipment” that goes in-depth for these issues. The paper also describes one temperature monitoring option for the produce industry, in particular—the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Logger.
What is Bluetooth? Why does it offer some unique benefits in the transport of food for the produce industry? Can Bluetooth be used in temperature monitoring loggers to provide shippers real-time information to help ensure the quality of their shipments? Finally, is there a specific and affordable solution for the shipments of produce that improves what would otherwise be available? Now, you can access the white paper to learn about all of these issues and more.