Low-cost location tracking and monitoring of goods in transit.
Tracking vehicles can help improve handling and storage conditions.
Sensor Optimizing the handling of goods. Automated reordering of inventory.
Real-Time data visibility of goods, especially perishable products greatly increases managers' ability to prevent or solve problems
By massively reducing the cost of your trackers and connectivity, Wireless IoT solutions offer flexibility, affordability, and an end-to-end view of the whole supply chain and of all your assets. You can even easily monitor the location and condition of goods as they travel by land, sea, and air. Some smart logistic solutions also add IOT sensors as anti-jamming backup connectivity for increasing the security of your warehouses and fleet vehicles.
10 REAL BENEFITS FROM USING IOT SENSORS IN TRACKING AND MONITORING PROJECTS 2023
Real-time tracking: IoT sensors can provide real-time tracking of assets, allowing for the monitoring of their location and conditions throughout the transportation process.
Predictive maintenance: IoT sensors can be used to predict when equipment needs maintenance, reducing downtime and increasing efficiency.
Remote monitoring: IoT sensors can be accessed remotely, allowing for the monitoring of assets from anywhere, at any time.
Cost savings: IoT sensors can help reduce costs by reducing spoilage and damage to assets, as well as by optimizing transportation routes.
Inventory management: IoT sensors can be used to track and monitor the inventory levels of assets, helping to optimize the supply chain.
Asset management: IoT sensors can be used to track and monitor the condition of assets, improving maintenance and reducing costs.
Compliance: IoT sensors can help ensure compliance with industry regulations and standards, such as those related to cargo safety and temperature control.
Alarm system: IoT sensors can be used to create an alarm system that alerts operators in case of abnormal behavior, allowing for quick response and correction
Data analysis: IoT sensors can collect data that can be analyzed to identify patterns and trends in the logistics and transportation process, which can be used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations.
Integration with other systems: IoT sensors can be integrated with other systems such as inventory management, logistics management, and shipping tracking systems for a complete end-to-end logistics and transportation solution.
With IOT asset trackers are now affordable, easy to install and maintain, run for years on a battery, and geolocate indoors and outdoors. To optimize your supply chain, you can now track returnable packaging and containers, as well as low-cost assets such as pallets, parcels, or trolleys.
Smart security alarms use wireless as a backup to cellular connectivity. The power supply is another Achilles’ heel for alarm systems. Wireless presence detectors can run for months or even years without replacing the batteries and at the same time, simplifying installation and reducing costs (no wires require).
Goods such as medicines and agri-food must be transported under specific conditions to keep them viable. Wireless IOT-ready solutions offer, for a low cost, more data granularity on temperature variation, shock, and tilt by tracking all crates and pallets. With accurate insights into quality control, traceability, and responsibility boundaries, it ensures goods are delivered safely, on time, and in perfect condition.
IoT solutions can help ensure food safety procedures are observed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food storage facilities and refrigerated trucks and containers. A simple device installed in the storage unit can be configured to send alerts in the event of abnormal temperature levels, to trigger swift remedial action.
Reliable cold chain temperature monitoring systems ensure the safety and compliance of cold chain assets in storage and transportation en route to their destination.
Our range of cold chain monitoring telematics devices combines sensor monitoring and GNSS tracking to ensure critical assets are always accounted for and kept in safe conditions during transport. Our integration-ready devices are designed with the capabilities to meet the unique needs of your operation — from temperature, humidity, and moisture monitoring, to indoor to outdoor asset tracking, detailed fleet management with driver behavior reporting, and theft recovery solutions that provide live tracking for asset retrieval
Monitor and record location, movement history, trailer temperature monitoring, humidity, moisture, door open/close, and more with our versatile and rugged range of GPS tracking devices for the cold chain management. Custom geofencing tracks the movement of your cold assets and sends alerts when assets enter or leave specific locations. Devices can also be tailored with location-based behaviors. Preventative maintenance alerts, impact detection, and theft recovery reduce costs for loss and inefficiencies in operation.
Several of our devices combine GNSS and Bluetooth® Low Energy to not only track location but also report on nearby Bluetooth tags and sensors to gather critical environmental data such as temperature and humidity, as well as data from vehicle components and other onboard assets.
Maintain safety and compliance with a complete cold train tracking solution. Real-time refrigerated trailer tracking devices provide the data you need when you need it. Cold chain storage and truck temperature monitoring solutions require nuanced needs to ensure safety and compliance to prevent the compromise of assets, such as food and pharmaceuticals, that require sensitive temperature regulation and reporting.
Each stage of the cold chain provides the opportunity for risk that can be avoided and managed with GPS trackers with temperature sensors to ensure the integrity of products and assets. With the power of real-time data provided by refrigerated vehicle tracking devices, the safety and reliability of cold chain equipment and assets can be monitored, and preventative solutions can be implemented in the case of equipment failure or temperature loss.
Vehicle temperature monitoring systems applied to refrigerated trucks and trailers can also not only provide reports on temperature monitoring; cold chain trackers can also provide insights related to driver behavior and safety and aid in theft recovery with GPS tracking features.
Reliable record keeping ensures that assets are properly managed, and temperature monitoring devices for shipping and storage ensure regulatory compliance. Manage records in detail with GPS temperature tracking and sensor monitoring reporting that digitally send data to the software platform of your choice, reducing record-keeping complications and errors.