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How IIoT Solutions for Asset Tracking Deliver Real Value to the Supply and Logistics Industry

Welcome to the replay of MHD Supply Chain magazine’s latest webinar, “How IIoT solutions for asset tracking deliver value to the supply and logistics industry”.

Hosted by Mel Stark, Editor of MHD Supply Chain magazine, three industry experts share how their companies came together to deploy an IoT-enabled Track & Trace solution. A 30 per cent increase in asset utilisation and a greatly improved customer experience for clients such as Mitsubishi Motors are just some examples of measurable benefits.

You’ll hear from:

  • Daniel Bunnett, Executive Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, Loscam
  • Craig Stanford, Director, Active Supply Chains
  • Loic Barancourt, CEO and Co-Founder of Thinxtra, The IoT Telco
Together, the panellists describe a real-world Australian case study where Loscam, a leading pallet provider across Asia-Pacific, partnered with Thinxtra to deploy an IoT- enabled Track and Trace solution in collaboration with ACTIVE Supply Chain, a supply chain and logistics provider. In the past, IoT-enabled Track and Trace solutions delivering real-time information on asset location and condition information across a supply chain proved too costly and complex for widespread adoption.
The discussion outlines how Thinxtra’s national 0G Network, offering low-cost, low-power, wide-area network coverage, has changed that, by enabling an economically viable and operationally scalable solution to remotely monitor supply chain assets.
Watch the MHD webinar replay below for more insights on how the IIoT optimises supply chains, or contact us for more information.

Learn more about Thinxtra’s Supply Chain and Logistics Solutions. Have a look on the industry website pages.

About Thinxtra

Thinxtra, The IoT Telco, accelerates business efficiency by connecting assets and making them work smarter. We provide fit-for-purpose Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and solutions that are economically viable and operationally scalable.Thinxtra owns and operates the Sigfox 0G Network in ANZ & HK and is a member of 0G United Nations, the global association of 0G Network Operators and is exclusive distributor of Soracom cellular IoT services.

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