“After the scare we had when a freezer failed on a weekend, we are glad we purchased the CORIS temperature monitoring systems to warn of us any future problems.”

- Dawn Shively, U.S. Geological Survey

Remote Temperature Monitoring That Works for and With You

The real-time remote temperature monitoring system from CORIS acts as a safety net for freezer and refrigerator issues that would otherwise go unnoticed. When temperatures move outside of acceptable boundaries, personnel instantly receive alerts (whether they are on- or off-site, and even offline) to notify them of potential issues. These early warnings give staff enough notice to take action before irreplaceable damage is done.

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What Makes Our Remote Temperature Monitoring Stand Out

Alerts can be customized to your unique needs, with a tiered escalation scale in place

Temperature data is stored on the cloud-based platform for an infinite period of time

Intuitive nature of the system means only an hour of training is needed for personnel

Patented security network does not require a hole in the firewall (for the monitoring hardware)

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Self-contained sensors streamline installation and lend themselves to the DIY route

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Hardware, software and support are bundled in an all-inclusive monthly subscription fee

“I highly recommend CORIS to anyone because of their excellent services.”

- Dr. Eric Ho, Columbia University

Temperature Monitoring Systems to Suit a Variety of Needs

While temperature monitoring is critical inside laboratories, many other industries require it too. In combination with other innovative products that complement its use, we’re proud to offer a comprehensive temperature monitoring system for museums, construction sites, food storage, wine/beer storage, food production, pharmacies, hospital/nursing homes, blood banks, in-transit monitoring, fertility clinics, breast milk storage and more.

  • MUSEUMS
    MUSEUMS
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    MUSEUMS

    • Monitor the temperature and relative humidity inside display cases and storage areas
    • Leak detection in basements
    • Water level detection in sump pits and elevator shafts
    • Door open sensors for storage rooms
    • Monitor long-term storage freezers for biological samples (LN2, -80℃, -20℃, etc.) of plant and animal specimens
  • CONSTRUCTION SITES
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    CONSTRUCTION SITES

    • Battery-operated sensors for flexible/short-term deployments
    • Excellent low-frequency wireless signals penetrate concrete, rebar, cinder block, etc.
    • Monitor temperature and relative humidity at key locations within construction site
    • Monitor portable HVAC units during renovations for water leaks
    • Monitor interior temperature during winter construction to prevent frozen pipes
    • Leverage motion sensors, open door sensors, local equipment alarms and water leak sensors to quickly identify problems
  • FOOD STORAGE
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    FOOD STORAGE

    • Monitor temperature and humidity for vegetables in refrigerated warehouses and walk-in coolers
    • Monitor temperatures for storing fresh and processed meats
    • Monitor high-value menu items on days when no one is around
    • Automatically submit temperature histories to the FDA and other food safety agencies
    • Ensure freezer and refrigerator doors are completely closed
    • Automatically notify repair vendors if freezer or refrigerator temperatures indicate failure
  • PHARMACIES
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    PHARMACIES

    • Monitor temperatures in medication and vaccine refrigerators
    • Ensure compliance with CDC COVID vaccine storage requirements
    • Automated reporting to CDC for COVID and VFC storage temperatures
  • HOSPITALS/NURSING HOMES
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    HOSPITALS/NURSING HOMES

    • Monitor the temperatures of vaccines and medications at central pharmacies
    • Monitor temperatures in nursing station medication dispensaries
    • Monitor temperatures in cafeteria refrigerators and freezers
  • BLOOD BANKS
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    BLOOD BANKS

    • Monitor blood and blood component storage temperatures
    • Real-time alert notifications of temperature excursions
    • Automatic alert escalations as temperatures climb
    • Automatic reporting of temperatures
    • Permanent record of all temperature readings and alerts sent out
  • FERTILITY CLINICS
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    FERTILITY CLINICS

    • Monitor temperatures inside long-term storage containers (LN2 tanks and -80℃ freezers)
    • Continuously monitor LN2 fill levels inside tanks without opening lids
    • Monitor the integrity of the tank itself to verify vacuum insulation is intact
  • WINE/BEER STORAGE
    WINE/BEER STORAGE
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    WINE/BEER STORAGE

    • Monitor temperatures in wine warehouses and cellars
    • Monitor temperatures in refrigerated beer warehouses and walk-in coolers
    • Monitor vendor specific areas, and automatically submit temperature graphs to vendors
    • Automatically notify repair vendors if elevated warehouse or walk-in temperatures indicate failure
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    FOOD PRODUCTION

    • Monitor the internal temperatures of meats and sausages during preparation and cooking
    • Generate alerts when internal temperatures reach target temperatures
    • Provide automated reporting to USDA and FDA verifying proper production and storage temperatures
    • Monitor temperatures in storage refrigerators and freezers
  • IN-TRANSIT MONITORING
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    IN-TRANSIT MONITORING

    • Continuously monitor the temperatures during transit
    • Real-time high-temperature alert notifications to driver, sender and recipient
    • Automated reporting of temperatures at origin, destination and during transit
    • Ensures compliance with CDC regulations and best practices
  • BREAST MILK STORAGE
    BREAST MILK STORAGE
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    BREAST MILK STORAGE

    • Monitor temperatures inside refrigerators and freezers
    • Automatic alert generation for temperature excursions 24/7
    • Automated temperature logs and reports
    • Simple installation and setup

Monitoring Solutions to Support Your Whole Environment

While remote temperature monitoring is the cornerstone of our business, we’ve leveraged our in-house expertise to create other monitoring solutions that support safety, efficiency and compliance.

  • Door sensors
  • Water sensors
  • CO2 sensors
  • Humidity sensors
  • Motion sensors
  • LN2 monitoring sensors
  • Electric current monitoring
  • Self-calibration of temperature sensors

Meet Some of Our Clients

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Keep Your Assets Safe with CORIS Monitoring Systems.

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