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IoT projects of ovens and related equipment: integration is really smart

The ice cream, confectionery and bakery market seen at the 40th edition of the Rimini's Sigep fair, showed us the most consistent side of connected IoT machines: the real usability of use, management and maintenance.The paradigm has shifted from mere marketing use, in which IoT, 4.0 and Cloud were the background to prototypes in demo mode, in real use to enhance the characteristics of products in their use in the field.This approach elevates companies that have been able to invest and pursue smart and concrete projects as market reference.A first example is Naboo, the professional oven of Lainox, an ALI Group's Venetian company that has developed an integrated system that allows to manage the entire recipe preparation process via Cloud. In the Lainox Cloud, Naboo is not alone, but we find Neo, the blast chiller that can also be transformed into a temperature maintainer and, if necessary, into a cooking tool. It is a product of the highest quality that, if connected with Naboo, guarantees an impeccable service, eliminating setbacks and delays, thanks to the delayed preparation and maintenance in temperature.Another use of the Cloud in the professional kitchen is MultiFresh® by Irinox, a group born in 1989 near Treviso. It is thanks to the FreshCloud® technology that the blast chiller is always connected to the web app and allows to keep the history of processing cycles in order and constantly updated and to automatically receive all HACCP reports.Another interesting project is bakeAPP 4.0 of Polin, one of the largest industrial companies producing ovens and machines for bread, pastry and biscuits. bakeAPP is the remote management software of the Polin oven, ideal for those who have to control different points of sale or decentralized production. It is a system developed to connect more ovens, even more bakeries, to receive reports on their operation, or to obtain data on production and consumption, valuable even for those who own a single oven.The innovations seen at Sigep confirm that industrial production, even in the food sector, proves to be attentive to IoT technologies, using Cloud connections to give further value to products already of the highest quality.The bet on the near future will revolve around the development of predictive maintenance algorithms to get to zero the downtime and, as seen at the fair, we presage that companies are ready for this future, which is getting closer.

The ice cream, confectionery and bakery market seen at the 40th edition of the Rimini's Sigep fair, showed us the most consistent side of connected IoT machines: the real usability of use, management and maintenance.

The paradigm has shifted from mere marketing use, in which IoT, 4.0 and Cloud were the background to prototypes in demo mode, in real use to enhance the characteristics of products in their use in the field.

This approach elevates companies that have been able to invest and pursue smart and concrete projects as market reference.

A first example is Naboo, the professional oven of Lainox, an ALI Group's Venetian company that has developed an integrated system that allows to manage the entire recipe preparation process via Cloud. In the Lainox Cloud, Naboo is not alone, but we find Neo, the blast chiller that can also be transformed into a temperature maintainer and, if necessary, into a cooking tool. It is a product of the highest quality that, if connected with Naboo, guarantees an impeccable service, eliminating setbacks and delays, thanks to the delayed preparation and maintenance in temperature.

Another use of the Cloud in the professional kitchen is MultiFresh® by Irinox, a group born in 1989 near Treviso. It is thanks to the FreshCloud® technology that the blast chiller is always connected to the web app and allows to keep the history of processing cycles in order and constantly updated and to automatically receive all HACCP reports.

Another interesting project is bakeAPP 4.0 of Polin, one of the largest industrial companies producing ovens and machines for bread, pastry and biscuits. bakeAPP is the remote management software of the Polin oven, ideal for those who have to control different points of sale or decentralized production. It is a system developed to connect more ovens, even more bakeries, to receive reports on their operation, or to obtain data on production and consumption, valuable even for those who own a single oven.

The innovations seen at Sigep confirm that industrial production, even in the food sector, proves to be attentive to IoT technologies, using Cloud connections to give further value to products already of the highest quality.

The bet on the near future will revolve around the development of predictive maintenance algorithms to get to zero the downtime and, as seen at the fair, we presage that companies are ready for this future, which is getting closer.

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