Improve Agility

Respond more quickly and effectively with better data and machine intelligence.

React in real-time, Reduce future disruptions.

Infinite scalability

Ingest billions of locations, shipments, vessels, ports etc. in microseconds.

accuracy

EDI and real-time sensor and IoT data plus machine learning together provide very precise ETAs. This enables companies to consistently deliver at the lowest carrying, transport and labor cost.

predictability

Know where your in-transit inventory is at any moment and identify risks in your supply chain. Leverage to create a more agile and predictable supply chain.

Agility Solutions

Savi Insight™

Analytics based on your supply chain data provides operational intelligence to reduce and avoid risk.

 

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Savi Visibility ™

Savi Visibility™ helps organizations make better operational decisions with real-time information about critical business assets

 

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Data Capture Hardware

The promise of the Internet of Things is real-time, accurate, impartial, data collected for you and delivered to you.

 

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Case Study

Savi’s award-winning solutions provide operational intelligence to organizations around the world.

Government
Joint Strike Fighter

The F-35 Lightning (also known as the Joint Strike Fighter) is the U.S. Department of Defense’s next generation aircraft for the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and U.S. allies. The F-35 introduces an array of cutting-edge technologies, including advanced airframe, autonomic logistics, avionics, propulsion systems, stealth, and armament.

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The F-35 Lightning (also known as the Joint Strike Fighter) is the U.S. Department of Defense’s next generation aircraft for the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and U.S. allies. The F-35 introduces an array of cutting-edge technologies, including advanced airframe, autonomic logistics, avionics, propulsion systems, stealth, and armament.


What was needed ⋅ The F-35 Lightning II Program (also known as the Joint Strike Fighter Program) is the Department of Defense’s generation strike aircraft weapon systems for the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and our allies. The F-35 introduces an array of cutting-edge technologies, including advanced airframe, autonomic logistics, avionics, propulsion systems, stealth, and armament. Not surprisingly, the F-35 is one of the most complex aircraft ever manufactured, extending traditional manufacturing techniques with unique custom-built forms and tools. To add to the complexity, F-35s are assembled at a 680-acre, 153 building site. To keep costs down, the manufacturing teams share these expensive tool sets (often with 100 or more components). The tools are moved from building to building across the site, to the teams that needed them for their work. Previously, a manually operated tool inventory system had been used to keep track of these specialized tools. To minimize manufacturing delays, and provide greater operational efficiency, the Prime Contractor, one of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers, sought to provide manufacturing decision makers with accurate real-time reports on the tool location, condition and status of the unique specialized tools so that they could be more responsive to the needs of the manufacturing teams.

Actions taken ⋅  Savi SmartChain was an ideal solution for this urgent need. By collecting tool status data from active and passive tags placed directly on the tools, the Savi software was able to present decision-maker with real-time information describing tool location, condition and status. Thousands of tools were tagged and incorporated into the new tool logistics system, which collected the logistics data and converted it into real-time reports on tool locations, condition and status. On line information displays as well as email alerts detailing status or special conditions gave manufacturing decision-makers unprecedented visibility into the tool-based processes. At the same time, the Savi platform was completely integrated into the legacy enterprise software systems that the Contractor depended upon, so the back-office accounting, compliance, inventory and audit systems had complete access to this valuable data stream.

Outcome ⋅ Thanks to Savi SmartChain manufacturing efficiency increases. Idle tools were put into service more quickly, lost tools were located, and overall scheduling accuracy increased. And because Savi SmartChain automates the data collection process, manual entry errors were completely eliminated. Finally, the end-to-end integration of Savi  with legacy in-house systems reduced the human effort required to prepared externally-facing reports for government mandated accounting, compliance and audits.  Savi SmartChain was a prime contributor to the overall success of the F-35 project, countless man-hours were saved as management gained a greater visibility and understanding of the location, status and usage patterns of the specialized assembly tools.

Shippers
Coles

For more than 90 years, Coles has had a rich history in Australia. The company can trace its origins to the founders of Australia’s retail industry.  Today Coles is a leader in Australian food retailing, with more than 100,000 employees and over 11 million customer transactions a week.

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For more than 90 years, Coles has had a rich history in Australia. The company can trace its origins to the founders of Australia’s retail industry.  Today Coles is a leader in Australian food retailing, with more than 100,000 employees and over 11 million customer transactions a week. Coles is owned by Westfarmers Ltd.


What was needed ⋅ The logistical processes behind the Coles operation are staggering. For example, Coles employs more than 3.5 million reusable shipping assets to keep produce and other goods moving from supplier to warehouse to store. Some of these assets are reusable plastic containers (RPCs) owned by Coles and rented to providers, others are reusable shipping pallets, which are rented by Coles from a third party. Clearly, Coles has a lot riding on their accurate understanding of the movements and locations of these reusable assets..

Actions taken ⋅ After evaluating possible in-house solutions for asset and logistics tracking, Coles asked Savi for a technology solution that would allow them to increase tracking efficiency and reporting accuracy for the 3.5 million reusable shipping assets that circulate throughout the Coles supply chain. The Savi platform proved to be a great fit for this customer need. Savi deployed the platform and integrated with Coles existing back-office software and business processes.

Outcome ⋅  Now Coles is able to use the Savi platform to manage all of their reusable shipping assets. RPCs are tracked when they are issued and returned, and the reports from the Savi system help Coles better understand the dynamics of their RPC cycle. Data and reports from the Savi platform are passed to in-house systems to generate more accurate bills, in less time, with less effort. In addition, Coles uses the Savi platform to better control the rental expenses they incur from their use of third party shipping pallets. In summary, by using the Savi platform, Coles maximizes revenues and minimized expenses associated with reusable shipping assets. For Coles, Savi delivers results directly to the bottom line.