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Senra and myDevices To Work Together to Launch Their IoT Solutions for Industrial Adoption

Senra and myDevices To Work Together to Launch Their IoT Solutions for Industrial Adoption

SenRa, the IoT based startup in Delhi, has associated with IoT firm myDevices and will be working together to offer a suite of IoT solutions to be used for industrial purposes. Called as ‘IoT In A Box’, the solutions will aim at offering end-to-end commercial refrigeration monitoring solutions in the first phase and then, more solutions will be introduced that will find application across different industry verticals.

SenRa says that over 90 million commercial refrigeration units exist and operate around the world, and the demand for them doesn’t seem to go down. The company estimates that the refrigeration equipments will witness its demand rise by 4.5% each year by 2020. Ali Hosseini, SenRa CEO, said that they are quite excited to launch the IoT offerings in the Indian market, and their collaboration with myDevices will facilitate the adoption of LoRaWAN in the country. “IoT In A Box is an off-the-shelf solution which will rapidly enable digitalization of PAN India”, he added.

The ‘IoT In A Box’ offering will now enable industries like logistics, retail, healthcare, supply-chain management, hospitality to easily adopt IoT in their operations.The solutions will also help businesses to better monitor and manage their refrigerators and deep-freezing units remotely and in real time. Moreover, its impact on businesses is quite significant. With its help, businesses have witnessed a huge return on their investment and a massive reduction in resource allocation.


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