Between long delivery cycles, missing assets, inaccurate tracking data, and complex manual processes, businesses are often left in the dark about the location of their assets. This harms their bottom line, either because day-to-day operations are hindered by asset-finding delays or they must spend more money replacing lost assets every year, ultimately impacting the customer experience. But the Internet of Things (IoT) can help put a stop to all that. Asset tracking is the fastest growing industrial IoT market and most connected devices will be location aware within the next decade. Driving this growth is the relentless improvements in low power RF chip technologies and the adoption of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons that are creating new asset tracking IoT solutions.
Connected Development has designed and developed a number of devices that provide successful solutions in this industry.
OBD based unit for tracking and monitoring vehicle conditions
Global modem with cellular, Bluetooth and GPS to track and monitor shipping containers
GPS based tracking device with built-in sensors for temperature, humidity and acceleration