IOT and Cold Chain Monitoring Blog

IOT and Cold Chain Monitoring


The Internet of Things has brought about an unprecedented change in the way warehouse
management sector functions. The increase in the use of secure digital monitoring and remote
control supply chain solutions have created tremendous opportunities in the form of invaluable
data and insights for the companies. There has been a technology explosion in the field of
Internet of Things. We are in an era where machines communicate with each other through
internet. Internet of Things plays a major part in orchestrating this digital revolution.

According to “Market Research Report”, the global cold chain market was valued at USD 167.99
billion in 2018 and is anticipated to swell at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 15.1% in the
timeline ranging from 2018 to 2025. Cold-chain logistics are essential for safe shipment of
perishable goods like dairy products, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals to name a few. A
systematic cold chain stringently maintains the variables like temperature and humidity. In the
past, the physical on site presence of cold chain managers was crucial for monitoring the
products under storage and the appliances. In recent times, due to Internet of Things based
monitoring devices, this has been reduced, and the monitoring can be done at the comfort of their
couches. Now-a-days shipments, maintenance and even last-mile deliveries are being analyzed
via Internet of Things Applications.


The stats for Indian cold chain market are staggering. There is a lot of untapped potential in the
Indian cold chain market. Also, the Internet of Things as a tool for monitoring and analysis can
be used to reduce wastage and increase the utilization of products leading to the idea of

“Atmanirbhar Bharat” or “Sustainable India” by our honorable Prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi.


CODEGLOBAL provides full stack services in the field of cold chain monitoring; its devices can
be easily integrated into any refrigerator, and the insights provided by those smart sensor based
Internet of things devices will be uploaded to cloud. We also create personalized dashboard for
real-time monitoring and continuous quality check of the cold chain system. These devices,
being low power and robust, provide longevity and uninterrupted monitoring of the system. The
user-friendly interface is designed with the aim of targeting a wide range of enterprises in both
organized and unorganized sectors.

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