Smashtag have launched the latest version of their wireless temperature logger targeted at short multiple trip users and automated data capture applications such as containers arriving into warehouses. The new logger is constantly broadcasting it’s signal to devices so data can be downloaded easier and at any time via the app. The data is sent up to the cloud where...
Smashtag designs and manufactures temperature loggers for use in the cold chain industry and for monitoring other temperature sensitive products and environments. Smashtag was formed by Ziconix, a company with a 10+ year record in developing award-winning Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications and with this experience we have designed and launched our own product which brings new features into the marketplace.
Smashtag Chill, our temperature logger, is low cost and designed to be as easy to use as possible, to setup and to collect the data. Operated over Bluetooth a simple app without any login information is able to download the data and store it in the cloud for you and anyone in the logistics supply chain to view within seconds.
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) developer, Smashtag Ltd, has launched a Bluetooth temperature data logger designed for operation by anyone with a smartphone or tablet.added by Matt Sims 3 min Read
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