Extensive resources have been published to guide food production, processing and retail operations on COVID-19, and we highlight a few.
Sign up for operational monitoring business insights, news and special deals.
A sought after product is constantly improving. By listening to the customer and focusing on their needs, we advance OpSense to meet our customers’ ever-evolving businesses.
In order to differentiate themselves from the convenience of online shopping, grocery stores — and even some convenience and drug store chains — are carving out space for dine-in and takeout experiences. Dubbed ‘grocerants,’ this trend has taken off in recent years, and is one that analysts are calling a necessity.
In a financially lucrative market such as IoT, companies must take steps to safeguard their IP Billions of devices are now connected to the Internet, and researchers estimate that by 2025, 80 billion things will be connected, delivering trillions of dollars in value. Amazon’s Echo, Fitbit, and Nest are just some of the smart products […]
Connected sensors track food temperatures in real time Restaurants, grocery stores, distributors, and other businesses involved in the sale of food are all legally required to ensure a safe food supply for Americans. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 Americans get sick from foodborne illnesses every year. Recent outbreaks […]
‘Tis the Season for Giving Back At OpSense, we believe in doing what we can to make the world a better place. For several years our parent company, Mission Data, has committed to a philanthropic cause close to our hearts: the Clean Cooking Alliance.
As the enterprise relies more on connected tech, risk management is a top concern Globally, the number of Internet-connected devices, or the Internet of Things (IoT), is booming. As more and more data is being generated than ever before, businesses are finding ways to derive meaning from that data to form a complete picture of […]
The demand for fresh perishables is driving digital transformation for food retailers As summer harvest reaches its peak, not only are consumers shopping at their local farmers markets for seasonal produce, but they also are looking to find fresh and healthy foods at grocery stores, delis, convenience stores, and even dollar stores.
Frontline workers play a critical role in food safety. But how effectively are they trained? In the restaurant, grocery, and food manufacturing and processing industries, it’s no secret that food safety is of paramount importance. We’ve all seen horror stories in the news of foodborne illness outbreaks, which may cost businesses millions to recover from. […]