Cold chains are distribution infrastructures for temperature-sensitive items such as fresh foods, medicines, and chemicals. Cold chains are a vital process in our connected, global infrastructure and allow fresh fruits and vegetables from a diverse range of countries and climates to be shipped around the world, allow vaccines to arrive still potent, and chemicals to be safely shipped. A single cold chain infrastructure usually has three parties of interest: the manufacturers of the temperature-sensitive items; shipping companies that control the items in transit; and retailers such as restaurants, grocery stores, and pharmacies. IoT monitoring is ideal for regulating and reporting real-time temperature data for grocery store, pharmaceutical, and restaurant shipping companies that must comply with manufacturer and end-customer requirements.
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For half a decade, the predictions for growth in the Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine markets have been staggering:
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Once seen as the bane of classroom attention spans, Internet of Things connected devices are now becoming standard operational and teaching tools in schools where they enhance how students interact with information, make it easier for schools to monitor and address student safety, and reduce many stresses for students, teachers, and parents.