Five steps to unlocking the value of IoT across the full Cold Chain
Standard temperature controlled supply chains, or the cold chain, are completely reliant on machines to monitor and manage optimum temperature. The core purpose of cold chain logistics is to move goods within a controlled temperature regime, maintaining the highest degree of quality, at the right cost. Due to its reliance on machine infrastructure, cold chain logistics are fraught with significant opportunity costs, through loss of product and the need to re-engineer the supply chain when there is interruption due to failure, or non-optimum performance of machines. A significant opportunity exists with cold chain, through the management of existing data, to mitigate these risks.
Download this white paper and find out how the Internet of Things (IoT) unlocks the opportunity for companies to harness data streams that exist within their machine environments and drive measurable benefits to the business.