Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring

Part of cold chain monitoring refers to the use of wireless temperature sensors, which provide peace of mind to truck drivers, like the one shown here, during transit

Reliable Cold Chain Monitoring You Can Depend On

CORIS is proud to offer a comprehensive wireless temperature monitoring system that continuously monitors temperature-sensitive products and livestock while they are in transit. The use of LoRaWan wireless technology facilitates reliable communications between temperature sensors and CORIS servers.

How Our Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring System Works

Our cold chain temperature monitoring system collects and sends temperature data to CORIS servers every two minutes. When temperature deviations occur during transit, drivers, dispatchers, senders and recipients receive real-time alerts. These cold chain monitoring device alerts can be customized based on the time and day of the week, as well as the severity of the temperature excursions.

Why Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring Devices Are Critical

Temperature fluctuations mid-transit can impact the quality of temperature-sensitive goods or animals. In some cases, these fluctuations can render products no longer viable upon arrival to their destination or severely harm livestock. Our remote monitoring system provides the data you need to swiftly address temperature issues and ensure products and livestock stay in the appropriate temperature range during transit. Incorporating cold chain monitoring devices into the supply chain process also supports regulatory compliance with the FDA and CDC.

Complementary Cold Chain Monitoring Products

  • Open door detection to ensure freezer and refrigerator doors at cold chain storage locations are completely closed, and warm air doesn’t seep inside
  • Real-time leak detection from drain lines and other systems at cold chain storage sites to minimize costly repairs to surrounding areas and remain productive
A cold chain shipment where a real-time temperature monitoring system is in place to support effective cold chain management

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Why CORIS Monitoring


We’ve gone to great lengths to make our temperature monitoring system simple for the end user — with only a half-hour course needed to get up and running and DIY installation available. We pair these system qualities with a commitment to proactively helping our shipping clients by responding to any service requests that arise right away.


Our cold chain temperature monitoring system is equipped with a three-tiered escalation system to indicate if conditions worsen during transit. This gives you the flexibility to select who is notified based on the severity of the issue through an email, text message or a phone call before, during or after delivery.

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Choosing a temperature monitoring system shouldn’t be a debate between quality and price. While we’re proud to offer a high-end product to customers, we bundle our hardware, software and support into an all-inclusive monthly subscription fee.


CORIS temperature monitoring systems are used in well-known institutions and organizations across the U.S. We’ve built partnerships with several shipping companies who continue to save time and money through our innovative cold chain monitoring system.

Don’t Wait for a Temperature Failure to Occur to Take Action.

Invest in 24/7 Remote Temperature Monitoring from CORIS.

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