Asset Tracking

Asset Tracking
Mobility drives businesses. For the enterprises chasing borderless growth in dynamic environments, the seamless functioning of their backend operations holds key to all commerce and growth. Unexpected downtime of machinery or loss of an asset could lead to business disruption in this fast-moving world. In cases where assets are geographically distributed in urban and remote areas, this poses a greater challenge to maintain and manage assets, weather the assets are stationary or on the move.

Our IoT based asset tracking solution (ATS) offers to provide a unique asset management system that allows enterprises to track their assets however widely distributed, in real time. The sensors are also capable of monitoring the health parameters of the asset, giving enterprises an edge to stay competitive and reduce unplanned downtime.

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Use Cases

Geo-location and Theft alert:

Fixed industrial equipment such as electrical transformers may pose a risk both from an operational and safety angle. In the case of distributed assets with limited mobility like heavy construction equipment, asset tracking sensors can not only confirm the location under normal operations but also assist in providing alerts in the event of unauthorized movement.

Urban mobility:

Urban mobility service providers must mitigate the risk of loss of critical assets such as bikes and cars. The self-powered sensor can transmit location coordinates in real time in the event of theft.

Inventory Management & Control

Managing the optimum inventory level & control is critical to operational efficiency. The remote monitoring of inventory complemented by customized application solution provides complete visibility on inventory levels, consumption patterns & LIFO or FIFO based movement control.


Connecting intelligence to your Assets




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