FireBoard Weekly Recap: January 19, 2024
Happy Friday, FireBoard family! This week has been nothing short of eventful, with the team working tirelessly to enhance efficiency, check on local businesses, and showcase their cutting-edge technology. Let’s dive into the end-of-week recap and explore the highlights.
In an effort to simplify our assembly line process and elevate operational efficiency, Byron Funk, a catch-all kind of guy at Fireboard, built flashing rig trays. These trays are designed to enhance the production process, ensuring a smoother and more streamlined workflow for our crew. Byron’s dedication to optimizing our operations reflects our commitment to improvement and innovation.
We went over to Wolfepack BBQ, a local Kansas City barbecue restaurant down the street from the FireBoard HQ. The purpose of the visit was to check how our FireBoard Beacons were performing in their new running establishment. The FireBoard Beacons have been great for Jared Wolfe and his crew, “One of the nice things I like with the Beacon, especially when it comes to barbecue is the peace of mind I get. If my walk-in goes down overnight, I lose tens of thousands of dollars of meat. So this one way to know immediately through the alerts if I need to get into the restaurant to catch it before it becomes a major issue.”
FireBoard CEO, Ted Conrad, provided insightful commentary on the advanced technology and the processes that go into the factory production of FireBoard Labs’ products.
This week we wanted to draw attention to a feature on the FireBoard Beacon, the probe port. Add a high temperature probe via the external probe port, and use the Beacon to track your cook. Just like a conventional probe with our other devices, all of the data collected by the Beacon is stored in the FireBoard Cloud, and easily viewed and organized with the FireBoard Mobile App.