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ComplianceMate LoRa Sensor

State of the Art LoRaWAN Temperature/Humidity Sensors Launched

The new temperature sensors, developed in concert with Laird, surmount environmental challenges that stymie Bluetooth and Wi-Fi devices in commercial kitchens, such as transmitting through stainless steel, insulated cold-holding units, and concrete structures. Utilizing wireless IoT technology from Laird, the new sensor is a powerful 915/868 MHz radio enabling industrial grade long range…

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The Future of Food Safety: Fully Automated Temperature Monitoring

Over the past few decades, a number of technological breakthroughs have made it easier for restaurants to ensure the safety of their food and thus the wellbeing of their customers. The biggest leap forward? Fully automated temperature monitoring, which eliminates many of the pitfalls that plague manual or partially automated processes. But what is it, how does it work, and why do restaurants need…

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ComplianceMate Launches New Food Safety Products For Small Restaurant Operators

CM Systems LLC is delighted to announce that the industry-leading ComplianceMate food safety temperature monitoring and HACCP compliant checklist system will address the unique needs of small food service organizations. Four new product lines will bring enterprise-class food safety to small restaurants and commercial kitchen operations, starting today.

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Our Mobile App is Now Available!

Lawrenceville, GA – July 20, 2017 – ComplianceMate, the leader in temperature monitoring and HACCP compliant food safety technology, is pleased to announce its mobile app can now support all three major platforms – Apple, Android, and Windows – with its suite of desktop and mobile apps. Its new iOS app is now available for immediate download from the Apple App Store, free to all ComplianceMate…

ComplianceMate at National Resturant Association Show in 2017

ComplianceMate Returns to National Restaurant Association Show

CM Systems, LLC, known for its industry-leading ComplianceMate temperature-tracking and food safety technology, will return to the 2017 National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show from May 20-23, 2017 in Chicago. After an enormously successful showing at the 2016 NRA Show, CM Systems has expanded its presence in 2017 with a larger booth (#9442, near the Bellavita Expo) and a wider range of…

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On the Menu: RFID

Casual, fast-casual and quick-serve restaurants adopt wireless technologies to enhance the customer experience, ensure food safety and improve operations.By Jennifer Zaino

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Five Guys Expands Their Wireless Temperature-Sensor Monitoring

Handcrafted-hamburger restaurant Five Guys Burgers and Fries is expanding its wireless temperature-sensor monitoring system this year, by installing the technology in its milkshake machines. The restaurant chain also intends to finish deploying the system this year across all of its 1,300 restaurants throughout North America. The ComplianceMate temperature-tracking solution, provided by CM Systems

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

CM Systems LLC Signs Three Year Contract with Five Guys

CM Systems LLC was selected by Five Guys as their exclusive vendor to monitor food safety compliance for stores located within the United States and Canada for the next three years. Five Guys selected the ComplianceMate System after an extensive review of various food safety management software and monitoring solutions. The ComplianceMate System helps to ensure adherence to local health…

Demonstration of temperature logging in the ComplianceMate application

How the Internet of Things Builds Capacity for Automatic Temperature Logging

In my previous column, I spoke of how analytics can guide and make more accurate the work of health departments. The data present increasingly greater value as we move closer to their source. What if the data were immediate … instantly available?