SmartSense by Digi

Deploy remote monitoring solutions that provide actionable insights and alerts to protect your business. From commercial kitchens to hospitals, restaurants, and fleets, SmartSense solutions supports your monitoring and compliance requirements.

The Insights Platform for Proactive Enterprises

SmartSense leverages wire-free sensors and powerful analytics to drive operational excellence and improve efficiency and compliance, maintain quality control, and respond to issues quickly – before risk to public health or loss of product inventory.

SmartSense offers enterprise IoT solutions for food safety, facilities monitoring, pharmaceutical safety, and supply chain visibility. Each solution is built to provide the flexibility and control you need to ensure brand standards, protect your customers, and eliminate inventory loss.

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IoT Sensing-as-a-Service Implementation & Maturity: Considerations for Enterprise Leaders

Adding sensors and digital intelligence to physical objects was introduced as early as the 1980s. But it wasn’t until 1999 that Proctor & Gamble computer scientist, Kevin Ashton, coined the term “Internet of Things” (IoT). Since then, a multitude of innovative IoT technologies have been adopted by businesses to track products across the supply chain. During the early years, however, most of these technologies were single-functioned, siloed, and weakly integrated within an enterprise's end-to-end technology architecture.

In recent years, IoT solutions have improved considerably with the introduction of Sensing-as-a-Service, an industry game-changer rooted in enhanced connectivity. A Sensing-as-a-Service platform combines capabilities of IoT sensors with AI-powered prescriptive analytics to remotely collect, analyze, and act on real-time inventory data throughout an enterprise’s facilities and supply chains. These datasets provide descriptive insights and prescriptive actions to overcome obstacles related to operational efficiency, asset management, loss prevention, food safety, and compliance.

Experts estimate that, by 2032, more than 34 billion connected IoT devices will be implemented worldwide. For companies in the healthcare, pharmacy, and food retail and grocery sectors, the operational benefits of IoT adoption are indispensable.

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