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OneEvent provides temperature monitoring in two ways. First, the OneEvent system, using Internet of Things technology (IoT) provides remote wireless temperature monitoring of coolers, freezers, and refrigerated environments through a cellular gateway. Data is collected from temperature and door sensors and is stored and analyzed in the cloud. When OneEvent learns a temperature has exceeded your pre-set limits, you get notified.
Up to 30 Days in Advance.
The OneEvent algorithm and our predictive analytics system, Thermo Heartbeat, provides the second method of remote temperature monitoring protection. By collecting and analyzing data with predictive analytics, OneEvent’s Thermo Heartbeat detects whether a refrigerator or freezer is having issues maintaining proper temperature and can predict if a unit will exceed its temperature limits up to 30 days in advance. The Thermo Heartbeat can help prevent loss and business interruption and eliminate rush-repair charges.
OneEvent Can Do.
A single event can change your life, and livelihood.
You have sensors, systems and alarms. That’s a good start but alarms only go off after something bad has happened. OneEvent can predict, alert and prevent disasters before they occur.
Get more than just data. OneEvent Technologies provides environmental monitoring with predictive analytics to give you more. From cooler health alerts to early fire prediction, no other company provides the full range of actionable information to keep your people and property safe.
Preventive Power and Value For:
OneEvent is empowering businesses to proactively protect their most vital assets – their property and people while reducing insurance claims, costs and downtime.
When OneEvent senses important changes in your home’s environment, you get notified. That’s a powerful thing that provides proactive protection and peace of mind.
Using machine learning capabilities with continuous data measurement and cloud-based storage, OneEvent has the proactive power to prevent property loss and injury.
OneEvent In The News
Dan Parent, OneEvent Technologies' Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Engineering, is the author of a new SourceSecurity.com expert commentary article titled "How to Predict Events With Intelligent Fire and Security Systems." In the article, Parent...
Greg Baldauf, Vice President of Sales & Business Development, recently became the newest OneEvent staff member. We're honored to have Greg join our team. Here are some fun facts about him. Hometown: Born in Gary, Ind., but have been in the Indianapolis area for...
OneEvent Technologies is a finalist for the 2017 Wisconsin Innovation Awards, the awards organization announced Thursday. OneEvent also recently received word that it is a finalist for the ACORD Insurance Innovation Challenge, vying for the contest's Startup Disruptor...
We're excited to welcome Traci Koltz to the OneEvent Technologies staff! She's our new office manager. Here's a little about her. Hometown: Madison, Wis. College: University of Wisconsin–Madison, Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Where else have you worked? I was...
OneEvent Technologies will head to Boston this weekend to share its OneEvent™ system with those attending the NPFA Conference & Expo Sunday, June 4–Tuesday, June 6, in Boston, Mass.OneEvent will be located in Booth 902 at the event, which combines learning...
OneEvent Technologies President & CEO Kurt Wedig contributed a guest article to an upcoming issue of Security Sales & Integration that discusses best practices for detecting carbon monoxide, and the importance of dealers and integrators understanding CO's...