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

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 ORBCOMM’s Michael Dempsey (VP Container and Port Solutions), Christian Allred (VP International), and Sue Rutherford (VP Marketing) about the changes that have already become a fact of life, as well as the opportunities and threats that emerge from this new wave of technological advancement.

Read the full interview to gain valuable insight into:

  • How M2M, IoT and real-time connectivity are reshaping the global supply chain
  • The benefits companies like Maersk are realizing thanks to IoT-based remote management
  • How actionable data from sensors and IoT technology is meeting industry challenges
  • Who is driving technology advancements across the supply chain
  • How terrestrial and satellite AIS data fits into IoT-driven transformation
  • The long-term outlook for industrial IoT advancement across the supply chain
  • …and much more…
ORBCOMM’s VesselConnect enables end-to-end visibility of refrigerated containers transporting temperature-sensitive, high-value cargo across water, filling the traceability gap on vessels at sea.

One example of IoT supply chain innovation is ORBCOMM’s VesselConnect, which enables end-to-end visibility of refrigerated containers transporting temperature-sensitive, high-value cargo at sea.

To learn more, read the full interview on Baltic Transport’s website

Mark Kuiack

Mark Kuiack is Director of Digital Marketing for ORBCOMM. He is responsible for the strategic direction of ORBCOMM's web and social media presence, and has over 15 years of experience in marketing and writing about various technology applications.

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