Sensor2web

The reference in wireless monitoring systems

RMONI has built up an impressive number of customer projects over the years. Our wireless monitoring systems have been selected by hundreds of companies and public institutions - national and international. Our continuously expanding list of clients speaks for itself. 

These are some of the companies that have selected RMONI wireless monitoring systems:

JAVA coffee-food-services: Food safety guaranteed from warehouse to customer premises

Reference Rmoni Wireless - Java

JAVA has always felt very strongly about food safety. The RMONI wireless monitoring system now enables JAVA to back up its claims and provide clients with detailed information about the conditions under which food products have been stored and transported.

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SPAR

Reference Rmoni Wireless - Spar

RMONI wireless monitoring technology enables SPAR store owners to comply with food safety legislation in a cost-efficient and time-saving manner. Instead of having to perform manual measurements, the system continuously tracks the temperature inside all cold storage units throughout the supermarket. 

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BAKKER International Cooling Transport

Reference Rmoni Wireless - Bakker Internationaal Transport

Wireless sensors are installed in all refrigerated compartments of (semi-)trailers and rigid trucks. The on-board computer from Punch Telematix has an intuitive touch screen which displays the temperatures received via a wireless receiver. 

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BELLEWAERDE Park: Food quality with a 'Smiley'

Reference Rmoni Wireless - Bellewaerde Park

Sensor-to-Web to monitors the cold chain throughout the family park, from the central stock to all twelve restaurants and snackbars. This way, Bellewaerde park prooves to its visitors and to the authorities that it is worth a 'smiley for foodsafety'.

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TERBEKE - PLUMA

Reference Rmoni Wireless - Ter Beke / Pluma

Ter Beke-Pluma has recently installed Tempweb by Rmoni temperature monitoring systems in its quality control lab in Wommelgem and its production facilities in Herstal. “The system saves us a lot of time that used to be wasted on performing manual measurements and reading out data from loggers,” says Pieter Van Bruaene, quality manager at Ter Beke-Pluma. “The precision of the data also considerably enhances the credibility of our quality claims to regulatory agencies, clients, and consumers.” 

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And many others... 

 

CavistonsMcDonaldsEurodrug

 

 

 

 

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