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Brewer Science unveils Smart Warehouse Monitor System


On-demand, actionable insight increases warehouse productivity and maximizes employee safety.

Brewer Science introduces its latest innovation in workplace safety and productivity enhancement – the Smart Warehouse Monitor system. Designed to revolutionize industrial and warehouse settings, this cutting-edge solution offers actionable, on-demand information to ensure employee safety, drive productivity, and enhance operational efficiency.

With a relentless commitment to innovation and leveraging over 40 years of expertise in material science and smart device technology, Brewer Science has developed a game-changing integrated platform. This platform is adept at detecting when boxes reach their maximum weight capacity, thereby mitigating safety risks and ensuring compliance with industry standards.

“Our Smart Warehouse Monitor system represents a significant leap forward in workplace safety and productivity,” says Robert Frueh, Senior Business Development Manager of Emerging Technology at Brewer Science. “By harnessing our deep understanding of material science and smart device technology, we’ve created a solution that is not only customizable to specific industries and applications but also empowers businesses to achieve their operational objectives efficiently.”

The key features of Brewer Science’s Smart Warehouse Monitor system include:

• On-demand monitoring: Providing instant insights into weight levels, and other identified metrics, enabling proactive decisionmaking

• Customized solutions: Tailored to meet the unique needs of diverse markets and applications

• Compliance assurance: Ensuring adherence to safety regulations and standards, thereby reducing liability risks

• Enhanced productivity: Optimizing workflow by alerting personnel when boxes are filled to capacity, minimizing downtime

To showcase the capabilities of this technology, Brewer Science invites industry professionals to visit booth 511 at the upcoming IWLA (International Warehouse Logistics Association) industry event on April 21st through April 23rd. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore three different prototypes firsthand, witnessing real-time monitoring and data displays in action.

Robert Frueh will be delivering a capabilities overview presentation at IWLA’s Live Theater Stage April 22nd at 12:15 pm, providing deeper insights into the Smart Warehouse Monitor system and its potential impact on industrial and warehouse operations.

For those unable to attend the event, Brewer Science encourages individuals to submit a request via the contact form on their website to learn more about this transformative technology and how it can revolutionize workplace safety and efficiency.

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