[WEBINAR] Using IoT for efficient temperature monitoring in the food industry

An increasing focus on food quality and food waste forces food companies across the globe improve processes and take new actions. One of the most significant challenges in HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control points) is the temperature documentation, which en general counts for around 50% of the documentation burden.


Technologies such as Sigfox enables affordable and reliable temperature sensors with true remote data collection. Sensors can run for years helping the restaurant, industrial kitchen or a food production to eliminate the daily task of temperature logging and alert in real-time in case of problems.


Using the cost-efficient modules from Korean-based partner Wisol having allowed Danish company Sensohive to offer a complete solution across the globe. Leading food brands, hotel chains and food production companies are now working with products from Sensohive.

A few month ago also construction companies in Europe started to use the extended version of their temperature documentation service called Maturix to enable efficient monitoring of concrete.



In this webinar, you’ll discover:

  • Sigfox Webinar Intro
  • Sigfox overview and news
  • Sensohive tells about food use case
  • Wisol tells about technologies enabling global solutions
  • Sigfox sums up

Who should attend?

  • Logistic industry
  • Food Industry
  • Construction
  • Supply Chain Management


Casper Harlev Sensohive


Brown lee wisol


Frank Sauber Sigfox

Casper Harlev  - CEO / Co-founder

Brown Lee - Sales Manager

FRANK SAUBER - Director Ecosystem Partners

Sensohive logo


Wisol logo




Casper Harlev is the CEO and Co-Founder of Sensohive. The aim of Sensohive is to make it easy to collect, analyze and understand value data for your business through wireless sensor solution.

Brown Lee is a Sales Manager at Wisol. He has been working in the Wireless connectivity field for more than 15 years. Wisol is a module manufacturer based in South Korea. Their modules have been shipping to global countries and have got All types of Sigfox Verified certification. They help Sigfox device makers for easy development and quick evaluation

Frank Sauber joined Sigfox January 2017 to drive the global going-to-market initiatives of Sigfox’ ecosystem partners. Frank has an over 20 years history in leading sales and marketing teams at Microchip, Atmel and Infineon. Sigfox is the world’s largest dedicated wireless network provider for connecting simple, low-powered, low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the Internet. 

Date & Time

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

1st Session: 09:00 AM CET

2nd Session: 05:00 PM CET 



Also watch the replay of our previous webinar for Logistic & Supply chain professionals:

Eliminate blind spots in supply chain with IoT