Savi Sensors Supply Chain

What’s your supply chain IQ?

Make smarter decisions by systematically analyzing supply chain risk, visibility, and connectivity. These 3 areas are crucial for companies to master so that they can save money, increase agility, reduce disruptions, and improve customer service. What are your supply chain IQ challenges? If you answered… Risk: You are exposed to major risks that are putting your shipments…

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Big Data & Analytics Sensors Supply Chain

Harnessing the Power of Big Data and Analytics

By combining the IoT with today’s Big Data and analytics capabilities and the availability of inexpensive sensors, businesses are able to receive massive amounts of business intelligence at every point in their supply chain. Sensors can be used to track-and-trace the status of in-transit assets as well as monitor the state (location, condition, operation, need…

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Big Data & Analytics Sensors Supply Chain

How Analytics Are Changing the Potential of Sensors

Sensors have been used in the supply chain for a long time. There are millions of sensor types designed for narrow, singular purposes, such as sending point-in-time messages regarding position/location, light, temperature, humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, electrical fields, etc. There are no standards and many different data formats and protocols with little interoperability. They have memory…

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Big Data & Analytics IoT & M2M Savi Sensors Solutions Supply Chain Why Not IoT? Series

“Why Not IoT?” Roundup

Missed the blog series on IoT results? The question is no longer “Why implement IoT?” The question is “Why not implement IoT?” For those of you that missed our five-part blog series, “Why Not IoT?,” now is the perfect time to check it out. The series details specific supply chain challenges and discusses proven results…

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Sensors

What Is A Sensor, Really?

Being new to the Savi team, I am extremely excited about the company’s strategy to fill that “big white space” in the supply chain: sensor-based analytics. In fact, it’s one of the key reasons I joined the organization. And when you think of sensors, general industrial uses frequently come to mind: RFID to track the…

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