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A Northallerton-based technology start-up has launched an innovative temperature and humidity monitor.
A team of industry specialists behind the business, AmbaSense, has launched its Tiaki sensor following 18 months of research and development. Now available, Tiaki provides accurate recordings of essential temperature and humidity readings in fridges and freezers through a Wi Fi enabled monitor which sits discretely in fridges and freezers of all sizes.
The AmbaSense solution covers a wide range of market sectors, including food & catering, healthcare & pharmaceutical, horticultural and transportation. The Tiaki sensor works by automatically measuring temperature and humidity and submitting these readings to the online AmbaSense Dashboard. The Dashboard is a cloud-based ‘app’ which provides full access to sensor temperatures, temperature alerts, notifications, corrective actions and customisable reports. Importantly, the Tiaki sensor and dashboard operates 24 hours a day and will alert key personnel as soon as a reading requires attention, ensuring safe, reliable and efficient performance.
The innovative yet simple Tiaki sensor has been developed and built by AmbaSense in the heart of Yorkshire.
AmbaSense was created in 2017 by a team of three co-founders, Martin Platt, Marcel Houtveen and Daniel Hopwood who boast 40 years’ experience in the environmental health and IT industries. The brand was formed to provide various industries with connected solutions that capitalise on the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT). Core to AmbaSense’s purpose is to take away the need for human interaction on daily tasks, providing automatic readings and only requiring manual intervention once an issue is detected.
Martin Platt, co- founder and director of AmbaSense commented:
“We developed Tiaki as we realised there was a need in the market for a simple yet effective solution to temperature and humidity monitoring, one that didn’t require large scale infrastructure to be implemented alongside it. With Tiaki, AmbaSense has developed a product that can be used in businesses of all sizes with minimal installation process and only needs a Wi Fi connection and batteries.
“At present, temperature and humidity monitoring systems are expensive and prohibitive for many small and medium sized businesses. Valuable hours are spent by businesses to manually measure and record critical temperatures on an ongoing basis. With Tiaki, there are no wires, no additional software and no need to keep paper records. The outcome is an easy to install device which frees up important time for people to focus on other areas.”
AmbaSense has recently been trialling Tiaki with Proper Tasty, a leading North Yorkshire sandwich retailer & wholesaler as well as a growing catering business. Proper Tasty have been using the Tiaki system in its walk-in fridges and freezers.
Owner of Proper Tasty, Byron Evans, added:
“We’ve been working with AmbaSense over the last six months, using the Tiaki sensors in our fridges and freezers at Proper Tasty. It’s been fantastic for us to have freed up staff time from manually monitoring temperatures; now we have them recorded reliably and securely on the online dashboard. We now have 24/7 real time temperature control. If there’s a problem, we are alerted and can take care of the issue in a quick and easy way. It has proven it worth by saving us thousands of pounds in wasted stock by immediately alerting us to any anomaly in our chillers and freezers.
“It’s taken away a task that whilst important, used up valuable time and we can now focus efforts elsewhere in growing our business and delivering the food that we are renowned for.”
For more information visit https://ambasense.com/.
Founded in 2017, AmbaSense is a Yorkshire based start-up that offers next generation tempera-ture and humidity monitors for fridges and freezers. AmbaSense helps businesses save time and money through the use of its ‘Tiaki’ temperature and humidity monitor.
At present, temperature and humidity monitoring systems are expensive and prohibitive for many small and medium sized food businesses and as such valuable hours are spent by businesses to manually measure and record critical temperatures on an ongoing basis.
AmbaSense seek to take away this problem for enterprises in the food industry through the use of its Tiaki monitor, a wireless and Wi Fi enabled monitor that sits discretely in fridges and freez-ers of any size. The device is innovative in its simplicity, consisting of a small portable temperature and humidity sensor and is battery operated through the use of four AA batteries which last about 1 year in normal use. The Tiaki product requires no additional user software or devices to be installed and only needs a Wi Fi connection to work.
With the Tiaki product, brands within the food and drink industry can monitor critical tempera-ture events, alerting key personnel via SMS and email – anywhere in the world. Offering 24-hour support, the Tiaki device sits inside the appliance and records temperature and humidity reading every minute –there are no wires, no additional software and no need to keep paper records. The Tiaki device automatically uploads the data to a personalised online dashboard which is based on the Safer Food Better Business (SFBB) HACCP format. This allows customers to document, rec-ord and be automatically reminded about any food safety checks bespoke to their business.
There are currently over 500,000 businesses belonging to the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme and the UK Government will soon stipulate that these businesses display their food hygiene rating – a regulation AmbaSense aim to be at the forefront of, rolling out its technology to even more busi-nesses who can benefit from it.
Upon launch of the Tiaki product, AmbaSense will initially be focussing on the UK’s food market, targeting businesses in the food, drink and hospitality sectors who are required by law to record and maintain temperatures in their fridges and freezers. Following this, AmbaSense will look to ex-pand to other sectors which require accurate and reliable temperature and humidity monitoring services such as the pharmaceutical, agricultural, horticultural, care home and transportation mar-kets.
Managed by a team of directors – including Martin Platt, Daniel Hopwood, and Marcel Houtveen – the company is based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, and provides the solution to businesses looking to work smarter.
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