McDonalds

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A McDonald’s® owner of 12 successful locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn recently deployed Swift Sensors.

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A McDonald’s® owner of 12 successful locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn recently deployed Swift Sensors. With so many busy restaurants and strict city codes, McDonald’s needed a better way to monitor and manage their operations.

Prior to adding Swift Sensors, McDonald’s staff performed manual inspection, which required managers to spend time monitoring equipment rather than serving customers. McDonald’s was in search of a wireless sensor system for their restaurant to have access to real-time information regardless of the time of day. Furthermore, McDonald’s wanted a system that would help ensure the cash safe remained closed during the night shift.

The low-cost wireless sensors are helping McDonald’s reduce food spoilage, increase food safety, and add an extra layer of protection to their cash safe within their location.

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Swift Sensors System Configuration

Number of Locations1
System Overview7 Wireless Sensors
1 Universal Bridge
Wireless Sensors Deployed2 Wireless Temperature, Humidity, and Dew Point Sensors – 101
2 Wireless Remote Temperature Sensors – 105
3 Wireless Door Sensors – 301
Bridge1 Universal Bridge – 1020, Cellular Communication
ThresholdsDoor Open
Cooler and Freezer Temperature
Customer Lobby Temperature
NotificationsTemperature Out of Range,  Door Open

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