Newsletter September 2019

Newsletter September 2019

With five sensors and a single bridge, Jimmy John’s in Huntsville, Alabama, has upgraded their temperature monitoring and food safety to ensure the integrity of their cold chain units at all times. Utilizing the Swift Sensor Bridge 1010 along with Swift Sensor wireless temperature sensors, all Jimmy Johns staff are now capable of viewing this real-time information on one screen and from their mobile devices ensuring that all is well at their facilities. Watch Now

Swift Sensors New Features
Hardware Measurement Lists

The custom dashboards panel now supports two new view panels: Measurement List and Hardware List. These panels allow users to monitor selected portions of the measurement list or hardware list on the dashboard. Users can either view specific groups or all data for the account. Learn More

API Access and Notifications

Swift Sensors is constantly improving its service by enhancing existing features and adding new ones, the API is periodically updated. To keep third-party developers better informed, Swift Sensors is creating a distribution list of API users who will receive emails about any future changes to the API. Learn More

chemical sensor
Product Updates

Are you curious about gas and chemical output within your facility? Check out our wireless ammonia, carbon monoxide, methane, and benzene sensors. These sensors are ideal for alerting you to hazardous gases.

Vibration Monitoring and You

Learn how vibration monitoring systems play a vital part in assessing the functionality of your equipment as well as the cost and inaccuracy when a system is implemented incorrectly in our latest blog. Read More

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