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Intermodal and IoT: 5 Reasons They are a Match Made in Heaven

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As we prepare for the annual Intermodal Europe conference taking place this year in Amsterdam from 28-30 November, our thoughts turn to the current and future role of digitalisation and the Internet of Things (IoT) in fostering modal shift. According

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New in Satellite Tracking Technology: Introducing the Programmable ST 6100

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The ST 6100 is the first in a series of new programmable satellite terminals by ORBCOMM that builds on the technical foundation of the award-winning IsatData Pro terminals, to bring customers IDP functionality along with some great new enhancements. The

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IoT Connectivity: 3 Keys to Choosing the Right Provider

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The Internet of Things marketplace is a diverse collection of businesses of all shapes and sizes, but if there is one requirement that unites them all, it is the need for reliable and affordable IoT connectivity. With so many options

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IoT and Cold Chain Execution: Making the Invisible Visible

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With the right vision and technologies in place, the Internet of Things has the potential to transform the efficiency of cross-border food, pharmaceutical and other perishable supply chains, eliminating ‘black holes’ and helping all parties gain better visibility, traceability and

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The IoT Wave: How Real-Time Data is Reshaping the Global Supply Chain

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It’s no secret that the world is going digital, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most powerful forces behind this transition, sweeping up almost everything – from utensils to global supply chains. Baltic Transport Journal spoke with

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RFID As a Service: Core vs. Context

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Is the ownership/management/expertise of RFID tags, hardware, associated middleware, and application software core to your company, or is the resulting insight into business operations and decision support that the ensuing location and timely data core to how you run your

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IoT Data Providing the Smarts for the Digital Ports and Terminals of the Future

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Technology to track containers, cargo and transport assets on the move has been around a long time in various guises, but today is part of an explosive global trend towards Machine-to-Machine (M2M) telematics devices and sensors, as part of the burgeoning

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How RFID As A Service (RaaS) Can Accelerate Your RFID Application Deployments

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RFID is an emerging, albeit mature, technology. There is certainly no dearth of hardware or software options in today’s RFID solution marketplace. There is an abundance of varying hardware options (frequencies, functionality and application relevance, economics, etc.), a wide variety

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Scalable RFID Solutions from Device to Dashboard: A Look Ahead to RFID Journal LIVE!

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Today’s RFID tags, sensors and other devices provide unprecedented levels of information. With this deluge of data comes both opportunities and challenges when it comes to asset tracking using RFID and IoT-driven technologies. Companies have their own expertise within their

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FSMA Compliance: 7 Features to Look for in a Temperature Management Solution

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The US FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has introduced a series of stringent new requirements on food transporters, who are turning to technology to enable comprehensive temperature management and compliance in their fleets. FSMA aims to ensure the safety of the

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