Cold chain management in 2018 and beyond will be different. With major companies around the globe looking for better solutions, what can we expect from IoT in the cold chain?
Ensuring regulatory compliance in supply chain operations is an increasingly complex task. The Business Continuity Institute surveyed manufacturing businesses around the globe and found that 47% of firms cited increasing supply chain complexity as a current, major trend and growing cause for concern. While businesses can benefit from smart, connected solutions and IoT tools, many don’t know how to handle them.
Here are three new tools changing cold chain management and audits.
While each of these IoT tools are very different, they confront two huge problems in the cold chain.
- Human error
- Time wasted on automated tasks
The Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) certification from The Linux Foundation is a full Linux certification for verifying and validating your Linux Operating System skills. Linux is the #1 operating system for web servers, cloud computing, smartphones and consumer electronics. It’s been growing very rapidly over the years, and even Microsoft has fully embraced […]
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If you’re tracking recent business news, it seems like grim tidings for the retail industry as a whole. Retailers are closing stores or, just as often, closing shop. Once ubiquitous and profitable brands like Hastings, Circuit City and Radio Shack, have gone the way of dinosaurs, the dodo bird and F.W. Woolworth Co. While the […]
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Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons is a technology solution for digital way finding, which is a small physical objects (under two square inches, in most cases) that can be placed in desired locations. Their sole purpose is to detect you, or more specifically, your device, as you move into their range. Beacons […]
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paulbr75 / Pixabay Although the US beacon-triggered sales topped $ 44 billion last year, the beacon technology hasn’t reached mass adoption in retail so far. What’s out there for beacons and how can your company benefit from using the new technology in stores? Beacons: another gimmick or the revolution in retail? In 2013, Apple […]
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Bricks and mortar retail stores have been under enormous pressure in the last few years; shopping online has increased competition exponentially. The importance of being present online has created a digital shift in retail industry. As a result the power no longer lies with the seller but with the buyer. Companies are under pressure to focus on what […]
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THERE ARE PLENTY of privacy-invading marketing ploys to worry about in life. Some examples are in your face, some are more subtle. And a relatively new kind manages to be outright invisible. In the most inconspicuous hustle of all, apps have increasingly incorporated ultrasonic tones to track consumers. They ask permission to access your smartphone microphone, then listen for inaudible […]
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Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, turning science fiction into reality gradually. The beacon technology is one such technological advancement that was once a figment of the imagination of countless researchers. Let’s glance through at how beacon technology is sprouting and changing our business world. What is a Beacon? A Beacon is a small, […]
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No, it’s not a new season of Mr. Robot: this is real life. Unidentified cybercriminals recently launched a malware attack that made global news. The so-called “Petna” ransomware started in the Ukraine and spread rapidly, peaking around June 27, after which online security experts were able to neutralize and contain the threat.
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