Startup company provides sensors for the restaurant market

Startup company provides sensors for the restaurant market

Aside from the cost of food and keeping customers satisfied, the sensors help restaurants comply with new health codes. Some cities are catching on to the idea of sensors and are requiring restaurants to show not just that their kitchens are clean, but to offer documentation on the temperature inside their fridges and freezers.

Sam Cece, CEO at Swift Sensors, has so far seen the food industry respond to his company’s hub and sensor platform because it’s simple to install, relatively inexpensive, and because they have such a compelling need. The platform uses branded sensors and a proprietary hub device that connects to the internet. The sensors use either Bluetooth or a proprietary radio to communicate with the hub.

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