Coolr Group Application Privacy
Coolr Group apps are primarily Business to Business applications. They are not for "consumer" use. Hence the terms of the application usage are driven by your own organizational policies. Please refer to your organization's terms and conditions including privacy policies.
Any data collected/ displayed in the application is for your organizational use only and is driven by data collection and storage policies of your organization as agreed upon with Coolr Group Inc.
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CoolR is committed to preserving privacy and security. The
images taken by our devices do not have any identifying
information related to location, and image copies of
employees/contractors are never stored on local systems.
Our devices do not record audio and video, and cameras are
inward facing so as to only capture the inside contents of
the cooler. Image capturing is not constant, and occurs only
when the cooler door is opened. If a partial body image (like
a hand reaching inside the cooler) is captured, the image is
Unless an alternate storage location is agreed upon, all data
is stored within the U.S. Images are never used for any
personal information tracking, only to identify the contents
inside coolers and commercial refrigerators.
Tack and Vista collect data at the endpoint, and store it locally on the device. Data is always encoded, and never available in plain-text format. The only information stored by edge devices are sensor data, so information related to installation location, the client, etc. is never available. Every device is password-protected, and anonymous data collection is available. In this case, data will still be encoded, and is never location-associated.
CoolR’s Global Hub pulls data
from edge devices and transmit it
to the Cloud using its own
connectivity. Gateway data is
stored in the application-specific
folder with restricted access, and
decrypted data is never stored.
Each gateway requires user
The components which make up
the CoolR web application communicate
internally, restricting external
access. HTTPS protocol is used to
ensure data encryption during
transmission. Multiple security
layers protect Cloud data. Firewall
rules limit database servers to only
be reachable by the app server.