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Swift Sensors Expands Offering for Monitoring AC and DC Power SYstems

New Sensors Deliver Insights to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Energy Consumption, and Protect Against Equipment Failure AUSTIN, Tex. (March 2, 2021) — Swift Sensors (www.swiftsensors.com), a provider of wireless industrial IoT sensor solutions, introduced five new wireless voltage and current meters for monitoring AC and DC power systems.  The sensors are used in facilities and manufacturing

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Swift Sensors Strengthens Leadership Team with Key Senior Hires

Wireless Monitoring Company Adds Industry Veterans to Drive Continued Growth in Industrial IoT AUSTIN, Tex. (April 12, 2022) — Swift Sensors, a provider of wireless IoT sensor monitoring systems, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of a Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and Chief Marketing/Product Officer (CMO).  These hires will help guide

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Swift Sensors Introduces New CDC-Compliant Vaccine Monitoring System

New Offering Meets Key Requirements from the CDC Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit AUSTIN, Tex. (Feb. 3, 2022) — Swift Sensors, a provider of wireless sensor monitoring systems solutions, announces the launch of its wireless vaccine storage unit monitoring and alert system that meets CDC recommendations for vaccine storage and handling. The new system is

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July Newsletter 2022

Automate Temperature Logs for Food Services and Medical Inspections Are you still monitoring and logging your coolers and freezers manually.  With Swift Sensors built-in reporting tools, you can automate the process for accurate and complete reports every time.  And your staff can focus on more important tasks.  Breeze through your next inspection with automated temperature logs.   Protect Your

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December Newsletter 2021

CASE STUDY Is Your Corporate or Industrial Facility Protected During the Extended Holiday Break? Leaks, power surges, doors left open. These are some of the small issues that can turn into major damage when they are not addressed right away. That’s what led Melinda Martin, the building manager at Plaza West, to investigate water presence

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Wireless sensors can help fill the gap in maintenance techs

As manufacturers work to rebound from pandemic-related disruptions, one of the obstacles they face is a growing shortage of maintenance technicians. These workers were already in short supply before the pandemic, and now the problem is even worse. While the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that job openings for machinery maintenance workers and similar

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Remote Sensors Help Bakeries Face Higher Demand with Fewer Workers

Wireless sensor networks can help bakeries work more efficiently, maintain product and employee safety, reduce unplanned downtime and meet rising demand even when workers are hard to find. The demand for comfort food during 2020 drove up sales of sweet goods, and now that bakery cafes and restaurants are reopening in many areas, the overall

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Swift Sensors, Cloud, Managed Services

I had a friend who has since retired who speculated on what one could do with the data from sensors installed all over a large petroleum or petro-chemical production facility. Just think of what you could know in order to be able to manage the entire facility, he’d exclaim. Recently I interviewed a team at

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