The Digital Transformation of Smart Facilities

The Digital Transformation of Smart Facilities

Earlier this winter,  we examined the Inevitability of Digital Transformation and how it is changing the world around us at an accelerated pace. 

In the first of our new video series, which features the Presidents of each mCloud line of business, we chat with Dr. Barry Po, Ph.D. (President, Smart Facilities and Chief Marketing Officer)  on how digital transformation is impacting the foodservice industry.



A perfect example of IoT in a restaurant setting would be the use of IoT sensors to connect to your refrigerators or freezers, and if you are a fast food or a restaurant operator you’ll likely be very concerned about food safety, minimizing food spoilage and making sure that your food is of high quality.

These are great opportunities to pull data from wireless sensors, bringing that data into the cloud so you don’t have to worry about the hassle and time-consuming process of proper documentation.  All of that can be done through the use of these wireless sensors in combination with the Cloud and AI.

A food service owner/operator should care about digital transformation because not only will it help them get more done with less, deliver a better customer experience, automate routine tasks, but also tap into the real needs of customers to help drive revenue.

As part of every AssetCare offering, we take care of all of the hard work and will get the sensors installed and configured to help deliver you results, from day one.

You won’t even know that they are there, all that you’ll know is that you’re seeing the results.

Don't miss the remaining spotlights on this conversation, The Digital Transformation in Smart Process Industries and The Digital Transformation in Smart Energy. We'll take a deep dive into how digital transformation is changing the game in both the Process and Wind Energy sectors. 

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