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One of our most popular IoT applications over the past few months has been end-to-end supply chain visibility. We see 2 main kinds of customers interested on this application:

  • The enterprise with a highly diverse supply chain that includes multiple vendors and transport types. They’re typically most interested in end-to-end monitoring and control. Their goal is to improve responsiveness to customer demands, increase efficiency and compete more effectively.
  • A solution vendor with a custom sensor for the supply chain/logistics market. They need a platform for their sensor but would like to easily integrate into their entire customer supply chain. They also need to get to market fast, with a full-featured platform, which is hard to do when you’re developing in house.

The basic goal is to take the entire supply chain, and connect all of the components in a single centralized platform aggregating data in dashboards, rules, alerts and events from all of the various steps:  

Supply chain visibility


Some of the benefits you can gain from a solution like this are:

  • End-to-end monitoring and reporting on all your shipment locations
  • End-to-end monitoring of KPIs to meet SLAs
  • Send alerts and notification on shipment location
  • Send alerts on deteriorating conditions
  • Cross-correlate shipment location with any other KPI for insights
  • Connect a sensor in hours and get a full application ready in days
  • Monitor, analyze and control any kind of 3rd party sensor or system in the future

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