Frigga launches super-low-cost "temperature + light sensor" real-time monitor

The Frigga team released the Z9/Y9 real-time asset management monitoring solution last month, and now they are mounting a large-scale global promotion and marketing stage. The product was well received in customer tests in Spain and the United States.

This month, the Frigga team continued to launch a heavyweight product - the Frigga B9D ultra-low-cost "temperature + light" real-time monitoring recorder. With this product, not only the temperature is monitored during the transportation process, but it also allows real-time monitoring of the door or whether the cargo compartment cover has been opened during transportation through its light sensor, preventing theft and alerting the police in real time. It is a true low-cost real-time “temperature + light sensor” monitoring solution.

As a research and development company with 15 years of experience in wireless communication technology, Frigga is an industry leader in real-time monitoring solutions for industries such as fresh fruit and vegetables, pharmaceutical and biological products, and cold chain logistics. They combine the portability of traditional USB recorders and the real-time nature of the wireless real-time temperature recorder, to create a perfect user experience, helping customers to visualize the supply chain and reduce damage.

Frigga's customer base is widely spread, and it has long-term partners in major cities around the world and throughout China. In order to further promote the development of the industry, the Frigga team is currently looking for distributors around the world, and it looks forward to working with partners to power industry progress and development.

Contact Info:

Penn He
Company: Frigga
Email:contact@dewav.com  
Website:www.friggatech.com 


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