IoT Solutions for Logistics and Warehousing

Efficiency in movement of items, shipping and storage management

Streamlining logistics is a top priority for Logistics Managers to manage costs and deliver the right product at the right time, while providing full transparency on their status. Railway wagons, shipping containers and truck movements need tracking for location from dispatch to delivery. Our IoT solutions for logistics offer reliable cargo tracking and data intelligence, improved supply chain management, and reduced cost.

Management also needs to track the availability, location, condition, movements of thousands of individual products, moving in and out of warehouses. As your warehousing IoT solution provider, we enable tracking of warehouse inventory with RFID and sensors, offering real time data intelligence to improve efficiencies.

The logistics and warehousing use cases below are some of the IoT solutions we offer.

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Logistics and Warehousing IoT Use Cases:

Supply Chain Management, Incoming Goods, Outgoing Goods

Track and Trace, Lean Production, Quality Control

Stock Management, Track and Trace, Sorting REAL-TIME LOCATION SYSTEM, Track and Trace, Stock Management, Security, People tracking

Mobile Reader Application, Stock Management

Lean Material handling, Quality Management, Production line Milk run

Supply Device Management, Wagon Identification, Maintenance

Supply Chain Management, Quality Management

In Office Asset tracking and Utilization
Asset movement tracking within office premises, Asset Utilization, Asset location, Asset tracking reports and visualization over time.


Warehouse Canopy

Warehouse RFID High-Speed Product Identification Solutions Chamber, Gantry, Canopy, Conveyor System & Customized solutions

  •  Increased pressure for accuracy in every business process
  • Throttling up and down capacity based on demand
  •  Moving repetitive and mundane tasks to automation
  • Better use of human resources in higher value-added tasks – These tasks are typically those that generate the most revenue, have the greatest impact on customer satisfaction, or require specialized skills or knowledge. Analysis and Anticipation of level of service delivery.
  • Higher accuracy and rate of order fulfilment
  • Increased customer satisfaction and revenues

The Present Warehouse Scenario

Warehouse operations are complex and involve a variety of moving parts. As a result, there are many potential pain points that can arise. Here are some of the most common pain points in warehouse operation, along with potential solutions:

Inefficient processes and workflows. Manual processes are slow, error-prone, and inefficient.

High operational costs. Warehouses are expensive to operate. Costs can be reduced by optimizing space and resources utilization.

Inaccurate inventory management. Out-of-stock items, lost or damaged products, and inaccurate inventory counts can all lead to lost of business and customer dissatisfaction

Customer dissatisfaction. Customers expect their orders to be accurate, on time, and in good condition. Warehouses can improve customer satisfaction by providing accurate tracking information, meeting delivery deadlines, and packaging products carefully.

In addition to these common pain points, warehouses may also face challenges related to:

Seasonal fluctuations in demand. (Peak and Low) Warehouses need to be able to scale up or down quickly to meet seasonal demand changes.

Compliance with regulations. Warehouses need to comply with a variety of regulations, such as those related to health and safety, security, and environmental protection.


Benefits of IoT Solutions in Logistics and Warehousing

  • Supply chain efficiency with significant positive impact on the company’s profitability
  • Supply chain traceability ensures parts / product reach in time
  • Track and trace vehicles, wagons, containers
  • Visibility of accurate real-time information
  • Locate products quickly
  • Ability to plan product locations strategically
  • Lower labour costs by reducing the workforce needed for tracking and warehouse management
  • Reduces stocking inventory levels and related warehouse space requirements
  • Ensures that the right shipment is delivered to the right dock and loaded onto the right truck
  • Warehousing and Supply Chain Automation
  • Yard Management

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