Meratus said Smarco’s advanced Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, GPS tracking and cloud-based technology give companies full visibility and control over their container shipments, including real-time monitoring of movement, speed, shock, intrusion and temperature changes .
In addition, SMARCO’s advanced security system can detect any unauthorized opening or forced entry, preventing the possibility of theft or illegal smuggling.
Upon arrival at destination, customers receive a comprehensive report of all factors that occurred during the shipping process. This report can be used to analyze shipment performance, identify factors that need to be optimized for cost efficiencies, time efficiencies and carbon emissions reduction, and improve supply chain and safety systems effectiveness.
“With real-time information, our customers can easily track their containers on land or at sea. The information available in SMARCO can also be used to analyze operational cost savings and better security systems,” commented Farid Belbouab, CEO of Meratus.
The SMARCO device has various features including 16-page intrusion detection, temperature measurement, shock detection, weight prediction technology and built-in logging. It also features solar panel battery charging, low-power technology, vibration and acceleration detection, and motion detection capabilities. The SMARTO device has a long battery life of up to 10 years and can track the location of the container using GPS technology.
In addition, it has data security encryption and fast network registration, which ensure the safety and efficiency of your container transportation.
Source: News Network
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