Wireless Tracking Specialists
A Leading Supplier of Global Tracking Solutions
Tracks360 have recently commissioned a major air cargo tracking project out of Latin America for a multinational blue-chip client.
Because of the value and quantity of the cargo shipped daily and the company’s self-insured status, the project specifications were very tight indeed. This specification included sensor reports on tilt, shock, time, motion and humidity, based on a GPS \ GSM tracking system. Our development consortium constructed some proof-of-concept demonstration trackers to meet the customer’s requirements, and a matching (tailored) software solution. These devices went into a pilot scheme, and were tested with complete success. The result is a fully developed tracker which has been supplied, and which is now being deployed in thousands.
How do you track whilst in flight?
In short – you don’t. The basis of tracking in transit is to monitor the environment during the asset’s time on the move within the supply chain. The tracker records against a list of set parameters, once it is back into GSM coverage is then able to then send a detailed report on position, time of arrival, excessive impacts, temperature and humidity variations, and at what time such events occurred during transit. The result is that assets are closely monitored at all stages of transit – every movement is accounted for.
Existing clients currently using our products and services include some of the most recognisable companies in the world. We work with over 100 organisations including numerous government agencies, NGOs and a diverse range of business sectors such as oil and gas, private security forces, exploration, and car manufacturing. We hold several industry-recognised tracking and logistics based awards.
Please see our products page for market specific GPS trackers such as the M360 and the TR360 Tracking device. If you have a specific air cargo tracking requirement please contact us directly or request a call back. We will respond promptly.
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