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Data Loggers for Shipping and Transportation Monitoring

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Shipping & Transport Monitoring

Businesses that provide or rely upon shipping and transportation know that a top priority is taking care of the cargo. To ensure that you know what happens to your shipments in transit, you need the right kind of equipment. MadgeTech’s shipping data loggers monitor and record the temperature, humidity, or shock levels of products during transport. The devices are easy to use—simply start the data logger and deploy it within a shipment.

Once the shipment is received, the data can be downloaded and analyzed to verify that conditions stayed within a user-programmable safe range. Many MadgeTech data loggers are also equipped with LED alarming, providing immediate notification if the shipment has been transported within acceptable conditions. Extended warranties and calibration services are available as well.

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Years before an aircraft or spacecraft takes flight it undergoes stringent testing to ensure safety and reliability. To achieve total confidence, the aerospace industry and the military relies on multiple monitoring applications to detect vulnerabilities within the system that could lead to catastrophic failure.

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Whether you are shopping at a store or online, more than likely the goods you're buying arrived at their final destination through a system of cargo ships and freightliners. Everything from food and clothes, to art and vehicles are shipped every day from one side of the world to the other. While some products can withstand the long haul without being damaged, there are many shipments that require constant monitoring to guarantee products get from Point A to Point B intact.

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We have all been waiting on the return of spring, but as the temperatures begin to warm and the snow starts melting, the quality of the air we breathe only gets worse. Researchers from McGill University in Montreal say the seasonal transition has us breathing in a "toxic cocktail" caused from car emissions over the winter.

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An important component of pest management is proving to be losing its effectiveness with an all too common bloodsucking bug. A new study out of Purdue University shows 10 different types of bed bugs are developing resistance to common pesticides, which is the main cause of their comeback over the past few decades. Although this is not a new problem, it's once that cannot be combatted with chemicals alone anymore.

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The wait is over, the MadgeTech Titan S8 Portable Data Acquisition Logger is now available to order! Equipped with eight input channels, this versatile data logger is the ultimate companion for industrial manufacturing engineers and much more.

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To eat or not to eat corned beef? It's a conflict that arises every few years for Catholics when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday during the Lenten season. Usually, Catholics are prohibited from eating meat on Fridays during Lent as an act of penitence, but this year, bishops in more than 80 dioceses are making an exception.

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It's been two years since the German automaker, Volkswagen, admitted to installing "defeat" devices in 11 million cars worldwide. The revelation had immediate impacts on drivers and dealers around the world, but we now know the impact it will have on public health. According to a recent paper published by scientists at MIT, the diesel cars sold between 2008 and 2015 will cause the premature deaths of more than a thousand people across the globe.

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It seems like too often we are throwing away perfectly good food because the date stamp is past its prime. According to the USDA, around $161 billion in food, or 30 to 40 percent of food in the United States, is wasted because we don't know if it's safe to eat. To clear up the confusion and keep people from wasting perfectly good food, changes will soon be coming to food labels.

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NASA is celebrating as astronomers make a remarkable discovery is the search for inhabitable environments. Wednesday, NASA announced that its Spitzer Space Telescope found seven Earth-size planets orbiting a single star about 40 light-years away from Earth. The discovery set a new record for the greatest number of inhabitable planets found around a single star outside our solar system.

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