Temperature Monitoring

What is Temperature Monitoring?

Temperature monitoring is the capability of tracking the temperature within a reefer throughout the trip. Used within the cold-chain monitoring process, temperature monitoring is only used when the vehicle is carrying temperature sensitive products like medicines, vaccines, milk, meat, and other perishable items.

The process of temperature monitoring involves sensor integration with a fleet management software, data logging and storage, and adequate reporting. Depending on the software, temperature monitoring

What Will You Need For Temperature Monitoring In Your Fleet?

You will necessarily need the following to monitor temperature in your fleet:

  • Hardware: You will obviously need hardware to collect data. That is, other than the obvious vehicles, you will need thermometers and reefer temperature sensors to be able to collect any changes within.
  • Software with Sensor Integration: What will you do with data collection if it doesn’t go anywhere? You need fleet management software integrated with the hardware in question. The software will then accumulate the data and present it in a usable manner.
  • – Live task updates
  • – Expense incurred on field by each employee

What Are The Benefits of Temperature Monitoring?

When using the temperature monitoring feature of good fleet management software, you can expect the following benefits.

  • – Real-time temperature monitoring
  • – Maintaining the quality and integrity of consignment
  • – Massive change alerts
  • – Historical data for better strategy
  • – Reporting and analysis
  • – Enhanced customer goodwill in terms of good deliveries
  • – Ensured compliance and industry standards