By keeping track of the location and movement of assets and employees, companies can optimize operations, enhance project planning, and save money. In fact, nearly 70% of companies participating in the 2019 Location Intelligence Market Study from Dresner Advisory Services say that location data is either critical or very important to their growth. So it may come as a bit of a surprise to learn that less than 10% of trailers are actively tracked.
Fortunately, new IoT technologies are making mobile, semi-mobile, and static asset tracking a reality. Our eBook examines several location data use cases, such as tracking trailers, pallets, tools, drones, and components of a factory production line. We look at how low power wide area (LPWA) technologies such as LTE-M and NB-IoT can provide end-to-end visibility of your supply chain for better planning accuracy and operational agility. The eBook also includes case studies on how two location tracking and asset management providers have consolidated their supply chains, streamlined operations, and driven down costs with IoT solutions.Download the eBook, “The Importance of Location Data for Enterprise Operations” to learn how to: