Wireless telemetry: Changing the game in food and beverage


Wireless high frequency telemetry, which has been led by Pulsa’s offerings, has helped transform the traditional gas distribution supply chain. Historically, telemetry has been used by distributors for large bulk and microbulk operations, and the introduction of affordable wireless telemetry has changed the landscape to enable monitoring of all packaged gas assets.

The Pulsa team has written about these changes at length in gasworld and that transformation across the industry is exciting, with millions of assets in scope for close to real time monitoring with sensors.

The food and beverage industry in particular has reaped the benefits of wireless telemetry, and there are a few key drivers for why adoption has been so rapid in the food and beverage space. The current drivers for telemetry adoption include homogenous gas assets across food and beverage, low costs and margins for gases common in food and beverage applications, complex environments in restaurants and bars, and the need to wirelessly monitor many different environmental assets.

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