In global manufacturing and commerce, raw materials, components and final goods travel long distances before arriving at the final destination. More than often, the value – direct or indirect – of any particular item warrants the cost associated with monitoring its condition – like detecting shocks or recording temperatures in a cold-chain for food storage and transportation – and track it all along the logistics chain.
Tracking relies mostly GNSS location technologies while the continuous monitoring of storage conditions is based on an array of sensors depending on the physical variables involved.
We have an extensive range of MEMS motion and environmental sensors and wireless connectivity – including NFC and RFID – battery and power management solutions as well as signal conditioning for analog sensors and low-power 8- and 32-bit microcontrollers to help design effective tracking and monitoring solutions.
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