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Asset tracking

Securely tracking the location and health of valuable assets and inventory is critical to business operations. Managing assets becomes much easier with IoT-enabled asset tracking, as it provides businesses with real-time insight to gain visibility into every aspect of their supply chain. IoT asset tracking uses sensors and connected devices to facilitate remote monitoring and management, allowing businesses to reduce risks and create new revenue streams.

Use cases

These use cases highlight the ways in which IoT helps track the location and health of valuable assets, leading to improved business operations.

Consistent cold chain temperature monitoring and data logging are important to understand whether a product has been compromised. Regardless of the industry, the product, or the structure of the cold chain itself, the supply chain exposes products to potential risks. By implementing IoT-enabled remote monitoring, conditions in these controlled environments can be safeguarded and problems in the cold chain can be addressed or prevented.

IoT sensors can monitor and measure key parameters such as temperature, humidity, light intensity, the opening of lids or doors, power use, vibrations, and more. Besides, when out-of-spec conditions arise, IoT systems can send automated alerts to stakeholders. The data provided by the sensors can then be used and analyzed to identify poor performance and problems, improve the quality control of the cold chain, and optimize the logistics process.

Using IoT technology can help with regulation and requirement compliance in several industries including hospitality, food retail, and healthcare.

Fleet managers have the important and challenging role of organizing and overseeing freight transport to guarantee their optimal use, performance, and maintenance, as these vehicles are the driving force behind commerce and public mobility. In that sense, this high-demanding job requires a high level of precision, accuracy, and dedication.

IoT technology supports a wide range of use cases to improve fleet management and make it simpler. IoT-enabled fleet management allows managers to continuously gather real-time and actionable data to evaluate daily operations, including vehicle performance, appropriate routes, fuel consumption, vehicle maintenance, and safety. Thus, improving operational efficiency, performance, and quality, while reducing the overall costs.

Whether enhancing predictive maintenance or general fleet operations, managers can feel more confident with IoT tools that help protect and manage their vehicles, assets, and employees efficiently.

The deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems is expanding rapidly and adding value to various industries. These systems are used to track, monitor, report, and manage assets as they move from one location to another. RFID systems can help you reduce production costs, create better customer relationships, optimize operations, and more. Areas, where RFID technology is used to improve processes, are, among others, logistics, supply chain management, buildings, and healthcare.

Containers and parcels being transported from one place to another can be tracked in real-time with RFID tags. By tagging cases, cartons, containers, or individual items, a company can read the tags as the assets are placed into a shipping container, confirm exactly what is in each container, and follow the assets during transport. When an error occurs during this process, the system will warn the ones responsible for shipment, allowing them to initiate immediate action. RFID technology can also help streamline inventory management and improve every process in the warehouse. Assets can be tracked as they move through a warehouse, providing insight into the location and number of available assets. Theft and fraud can also be identified at an early stage and subsequently dealt with more effectively.

This technology can also increase efficiency and optimizes processes within the healthcare institution. For example, by attaching RFID tags to medical devices and installing a smart infrastructure, a device can be found quickly, and the healthcare professional can see whether it has been inspected and approved. It saves employees time and maximizes time for more valuable work.

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