Gain supply chain visibility with the SC1102 tracking device by eliminating tracking blind spots across modes and carriers. Get status updates and alert notifications before takeoff and after landing. Ideal for cold chain and other sensitive cargo such as live animals.
Approved on Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Air China, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Air, Atlas Air, Brussels Airlines, CargoLux, Cathay Pacific, Delta Airlines, Edelwiess Air, Emirates, Emirates Sky Cargo (EK), Eurowings, Eurowings Europe, Jin Air, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Lufthansa CityLine, Nippon Cargo, PAL Cargo, Polar Air Cargo, Southern Airlines, Southwest, Swiss Air, Turkish Airlines, United and UPS as of February 25, 2020.
- Access to the data log report for compliance and validation
- Reduce damage or spoilage with real-time alert notifications
- Lower risk through verified chain of custody and command
- Confirm deliveries from geospatial pairing to delivery location and tracking device down to the pallet- and package-level
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Today’s corporations face challenges from a number of issues relating to supply chain visibility, risk and performance of shipments. Learn how new IoT technology can help you gain a competitive advantage to protect your shipments and company brand.
Visibility in the Air: Monitoring Your Shipment in FlightBlog
The on-demand economy means that consumer goods are always on the move including by air. Visibility data helps reduce waste from inefficient processes, document control of the cargo and minimize the risk of loss. New IoT technology solutions are coming to market which offer the recording of data while in flight.
Shipment Visibility in the AirSolution Brief
Monitoring your shipments in flight
Air freight volume is increasing as consumer demand grows for next-day deliveries, fresh foods and safe medical supplies.
IoT technology advancements are rising to meet the challenge to improve supply chain visibility easily and economically.