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IoT helps meet regulatory compliance

Improved compliance

Improved environmental compliance and reduced administration helps with regulatory compliance

The food industry is tightly regulated. IoT enables real time measurements to be made from anywhere along the production and manufacturing processes.

This enables data to be logged and stored so reports can be generated on demand, alerts to be raised, or enables data to be sent to specified servers of regulatory bodies to meet any appropriate reporting requirements.

This automated, data on demand approach can lower the cost of monitoring and increase effectiveness as it allows for real time interventions rather than retrospective changes to processes.

If you would like to know more about CENSIS activity in this sector, let’s talk.

Food and drink

Improving compliance is one of the health and social care subjects explored in our CENSIS FutureTech programme.

This is an area where Internet of Things (IoT) technologies could deliver huge benefits and enhance people’s lives.


Sector knowledge

Within the FutureTech programme, CENSIS met with people from different sectors to hear their ideas about the transformative potential of IoT.

IoT technology will transform business operations across Scotland and impact every sector of the economy.


5 subject areas

The Scottish Government-funded FutureTech workshops were held across Scotland throughout 2019 in the subject areas of

  • Food and drink
  • Health and social care
  • Smart towns and cities
  • Transport
  • Tourism

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