Cargo Data's New RF Technology Improves Efficiency For Perishables Receiving Docks

Cargo Data Corporation's powerful new RF enabled Automated Temperature Monitoring System simplifies and automates in-transit temperature data capture, viewing, sharing, and archiving.

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Cargo Data Express handheld temperature chart viewing device

A major eastern US grocery retailer eliminated 35 minutes of staff time for each perishable shipment that arrived with out-of-range temperature conditions.

Ventura, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013

Cargo Data has developed two powerful RF (radio frequency enabled) temperature monitoring solutions. These systems are designed to bring automation, flexibility, and simplicity to in-transit temperature monitoring programs.

Many perishable Receiving operations rely on conventional digital temperature recorders which must be connected to a computer running proprietary software in order to view and print the temperature chart/graph. Once data is downloaded from a temperature recorder, Receiving or QA personnel then typically distribute the data by email or fax.

This antiquated, time wasting process is made completely obsolete by Cargo Data’s Automated Temperature Monitoring System (ATMS). ATMS uses RF technology to capture, display, and archive temperature data within moments of the shipment’s arrival. ATMS also automatically posts the data to Cargo Data’s website, where any interested party may view and print the data.
Cargo Data’s innovative, unique, and simple approach to capturing and archiving temperature recorder data is designed to do one thing: Save the large scale perishables Receiver time and money by automating inefficient processes that reduce productivity. In a recent “Time and Motion” study, it was determined that using elements of Cargo Data’s ATMS, a major eastern US grocery retailer eliminated 35 minutes of staff time for each perishable shipment that arrived with out-of-range temperature conditions.

Cargo Data’s RF enabled ATMS does not require complicated infrastructure, intensive training, or reliance on Smart Phones or other expensive equipment to function. ATMS is designed to function with many Cargo Data digital temperature recorders already in wide use across the USA. Upgrading to ATMS only requires use of Cargo Data's unique Express handheld chart viewing device and the iMAT terminal data collection device. This simplicity allows from same-day implementation.

To learn more about Cargo Data Corporation's RF Enabled Automated Temperature Monitoring system, navigate to http://www.cargodatacorp.com, write to information(at)cargodatacorp(dot)com, or call 800-338-8134.


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RF temperature monitoring technology Cargo Data's ATMS adds automates perishables Receiving Dock operations.

Cargo Data's ATMS automates in-transit temperature recorder data collection, viewing, and permenant archiving.