Tracking and protecting your most valuable assets has never been easier. The next generation of LoRa-enabled IoT devices overcomes the shortcomings of traditional tracking technology to provide a leaner and more connected supply chain. By leveraging the LoRa network exclusively dedicated to the Internet of Things, these IoT solutions offer flexibility, accessibility and end-to-end vision of the supply chain in real time. Easily monitor the location and condition of goods as they travel by land, sea and air. Intelligent logistics solutions even offer enhanced security for warehouses and fleet vehicles, giving your transportation and logistics company.
Track your assets to optimize the supply chain
The LoRa network has broken the barriers that traditional tracking technology faces. Asset tracking is now accessible, easy to install and maintain, and is available worldwide. Tracking devices can run for months or even years without a battery change and work both indoors and outdoors. Trackers transmit fleet location data from returnable containers as well as valuable information about the whereabouts of other deliveries, including pallets, packages and trolleys. This provides security, peace of mind and efficiency to the value chain.
Monitor transportation conditions throughout the supply chain
Goods such as medicines and agri-food products should be transported with great care and under specific conditions to keep them viable. Tracking systems report data such as temperature, shock, and slope to provide better information about quality control, traceability, and limits of liability. Tracking ensures that sensitive materials are delivered safely, on time and in perfect condition.
Improving food security
Monitoring food temperature is crucial for anyone in the food industry. IoT solutions can help ensure that food safety procedures are observed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food and truck storage facilities and refrigerated containers. A simple device installed on the storage unit is linked to an online dashboard that can be configured to send alerts in case of abnormal temperature levels to trigger a quick fix action.
Enhanced Warehouse Security
The LoRa network allows business owners to protect their facilities at low cost and also addresses the key weaknesses of alarm systems - downtime due to blocking. Most security alarms are connected through the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), but with GSM blockers now widely available in the market, virtually anyone can enter. Integrated radio technology for LoRa network is interference resistant and gives you the peace of mind that your alarm system will not fail if an intruder attempts to block the signal. The power supply is another Achilles heel for alarm systems. LoRa network technology is designed for low power consumption, which means that connected presence detectors can run for months or even years without replacing the batteries.
Car thieves using GSM blockers have found their correspondence with the LoRa IoT network trackers. Since LoRa uses radio signals that can not be locked, trackers will continue to transmit GPS coordinates without interruption even if the vehicle is stolen. Enabled trackers allow insurers to work with security providers and police to recover stolen cars, motorcycles, trucks, utility vehicles and just about anything with wheels.