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Kizy Tracking’s LED light sensor: Transforming the accountability of deliveries
June 15 – 16:00 – 16:30
Companies may be in the dark about the statuses of their parcels that were sent out. There exists an information gap within the supply chain about the shipments’ movements. Senders always find themselves wondering if the shipments are well-received by the customers, or they are stolen along the way.
Kizy Tracking has a solution that may shine a light on the current situation. It has created the Kizy K-2 Tracker with an in-built LED light sensor that detects changes in luminance in its surroundings environment. The sensor would transmit information about changes in light density in real-time to support the monitoring of events along the supply chain. The tracking solution covers you from (unauthorized) opening of parcels and containers to the timely unpacking of goods. With the improved supply chain visibility, companies are able to monitor their parcels remotely with ease.
The LED light sensor is embedded on the tracker to transform the old ways of deliveries, where there is a lack of accountability and real-time information. With the magnitude of cross-border deliveries brought about by the pandemic and boom in e-commerce, it is no longer possible to track your shipments manually. Try out Kizy Tracking’s innovative tracking solution and do away with the old-school mode of coordination between multiple parties, it will save you the time and resources.
Join us for the webinar next Monday to get more technical information about the sensor. We will also be sharing some real use cases and benefits of the LED light sensor. If you are unable to attend the webinar, do register as well to get recordings and documentations after the event.
If light sensor is not the answer you are looking for, we have other tracking features that might be the solution to your current supply chain challenges, such as temperature sensor or the K-Box, a tracking extension built for long-term container tracking.
Get more details in the webinar recording at our video library.