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Navman Wireless launches temperature monitoring solution

Keele University Science Park, Staffordshire, UK: Navman Wireless has launched a new temperature monitoring and tracking solution that enables real-time remote data capture from all leading temperature monitoring devices in refrigerated vans, trucks and trailers.

The new Temperature Monitoring system has been designed to enable real-time remote data capture from all leading temperature monitoring devices

The new Temperature Monitoring system has been designed to enable real-time remote data capture from all leading temperature monitoring devices, enabling fleet managers to do everything possible to ensure temperature-controlled loads are delivered efficiently, on time and in condition.

“Businesses running refrigerated fleets are constantly looking for new ways to maximise fleet efficiency and simplify records, while doing everything possible to ensure temperature-controlled goods remain within set conditions.” Steve Blackburn, european vice president, Navman Wireless UK said.

“This new solution enables real-time monitoring of temperature and other fridge-related data giving added assurance for customers and peace of mind for fleet managers.”

Steve Blackburn, european vice president, Navman Wireless UK

“Our Temperature Monitoring solution is flexible enough to connect to the entire fleet, whether running stand-alone or in-built data loggers. Interfaces with all leading temperature monitoring devices commonly used in refrigerated transport and is suitable for use in refrigerated vans, trucks and trailers. It also enables compliance with all current legislation – including Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP).”

Knowing as soon as the temperature changes could be the difference between an accepted or rejected load. The Navman Wireless Temperature Monitoring solution will allow fleet managers to simultaneously view temperature and vehicle location data through a customisable graphic interface and receive real time alerts triggered by out-of-range conditions, he says.