Energybox launches new software platform

Real-time data from wireless sensors is processed, aggregated and stored in an encrypted and secured Energybox cloud. Photo credit: Energybox

Energybox released its new flexible platform that tracks equipment and facilities across multiple locations in real-time. It focuses on improving efficiency for businesses with real-time equipment monitoring, increases efficiency by reducing day-to-day operational frictions, and enables consistency and quality across all platforms with real-time critical alerts and diagnostics sent directly to an email or text.
“At Energybox, we are always investing in our research and development with a key goal to allow our multi-unit enterprise customers to simplify their businesses by automating their operations and processes,” Energybox president and co-founder Tony Carrella said in a statement. “Many of our customers have multiple locations across the globe. With the new software, we are able to provide a highly flexible platform that enables our customers to easily add features and functionalities that are tailored to their specific needs. This enhanced level of flexibility ensures that Energybox will help our customers grow and adapt to dynamic and changing business conditions.”
The new software offers energy and operational monitoring options that collect real-time data from wireless sensors, which is then processed, aggregated and stored in an encrypted and secured Energybox cloud. Along with an integrated data system, the software allows users to easily interface with existing software tools and applications. The new system provides the following four automated solutions:

  • Operational monitoring: Wireless sensors accurately monitor temperatures and door access across all equipment. Set custom thresholds and parameters with tiered notifications.
  • Equipment-tracking sensors: Sensors connect with existing circuit breakers to live track equipment and optimize energy costs while ensuring seamless operations
  • Dispenser monitoring: Reduce risk of credit card skimming and fraud with real-time notifications of dispenser door activity.
  • Food monitoring: Monitor the conditions that help ensure food safety, including temperature, humidity and equipment performance.

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