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Satellite IoT Solutions for the Middle East: Free Live Webinar Coming June 29

We’re excited to join our partners at Inmarsat for a new webinar on the IoT and telecommunication challenges in the Energy, Transportation and Aid & NGO sectors in the Middle East.   Our experts will join the panel to talk about how satellite IoT solutions are enabling organizations to

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Why the New DCSA IoT Standard is a Positive for the Container Shipping Industry: Q&A

At the beginning of June, the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) released a set of IoT standards for container connectivity that usher in the era of smart containers and greater visibility along the supply chain. This builds upon the track

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What is AIS? The Role of Satellite AIS in Digitizing Maritime Supply Chains

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution ushers in a new wave of smart digital, automated and autonomous technologies, it’s worth a reminder that longer established systems are playing a vital role in our brave new data-driven world – and indeed continue

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Dual-Mode Satellite/Cellular IoT: The Next Generation – Live Webinar Coming May 5

With COVID-19 changing the world as we know it, our first wish is that this finds you safe and well. For those of us fortunate enough to continue working, we’re facing up to the prospect of doing so from home

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The Next Phase of IoT in Shipping Digitalization: Data Interoperability, Integration & Intelligence

Container shipping today is surely not a business for the faint-hearted. Industry debates at recent international shipping and intermodal logistics events drove home several harsh realities: Sea freight is moving more slowly and unreliably than ever before Ship, container and

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Container Shipping Alliance Starts Knocking Down the Digital Silos

The Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) has released its first standards for data flows – an important first step in the process of ending the fragmentation that is holding back the development of digital technologies in the industry. In an

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Vessel Monitoring, Reefer Telematics and Heavy Equipment – all on the agenda at CommunicAsia 2019

As the largest technology exhibition in the region, CommunicAsia is a must-attend for anyone looking to begin or expand their technology business. The event, in its 30th year, offers a wide range of ISPs, satellite operators, system integrators, mobile operators

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M2M on the World Stage with ORBCOMM at CommunicAsia

The impact of the connected world continues to increase. According to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast, there will be 28.5 billion networked devices by 2022. By 2022, half of global connected devices and connections will be M2M. This share

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Truckload Strong at TCA

The Truckload Carriers Association 81stAnnual Convention saw stakeholders—carriers, regulators, media, analysts, suppliers and technology vendors—get together in Las Vegas last week to look back at 2018 and identify some of the challenges facing the industry this year. This year’s theme

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

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. the FSMA rule ensures the safety of the

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