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Aeris and Roambee Unite on Cold Chain Monitoring via IoT

By Ken Briodagh
January 21, 2019

According to a recent release, Aeris, an Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, is working with the Roambee Corporation, an IoT supply chain and enterprise asset visibility company, to help enterprises improve shipment and asset monitoring through IoT-based technologies offered by both companies.

Roambee provides IoT-based real-time global condition monitoring and visibility services for in-transit goods and in-field assets. Roambee’s solution is designed to simplify global shipment visibility across the supply chain, including the cold chain process. The company provides patented hardware and software technology, combined with an array of sensor data, analytics, predictive reporting and open application programming interfaces (APIs) to increase return on investment (ROI), improve supply chain operations, and reduce inventory loss.

Aeris offers IoT and machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions through its Aeris Mobility Platform (AMP) and Aeris Connectivity Platform (ACP). These platforms are designed to enable enterprises and OEMs to enhance revenue, create new services and form new business models through IoT.

ACP provides Roambee with the ability to manage its global data connectivity, which in turn is being used by Roambee for its shipping, inventory, pallet, asset and fleet monitoring services. This helps Roambee advance its service delivery while improving supply chain predictability and throughput for enterprises. Roambee’s real-time monitoring solutions provide managers with live data and situational alerts, thereby mitigating risks along the cold chain before they arise, while providing actionable insights for future business improvements. By leveraging ACP and its location-based services, Roambee’s services alleviates on-time delivery risks; reduces spoilage and damage risks; lowers theft and financial risk, and improves its overall delivery of service.

“By utilizing Aeris Connectivity Platform’s data management and location capabilities, Roambee better manages our own quality of global service for enterprises at scale,” said Vidya Subramanian, VP, Products, Roambee. “This is an integral part of Roambee’s portfolio of end-to-end, real-time visibility and monitoring solutions, and we are proud to partner with Aeris in this capacity.”


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Edited by Ken Briodagh

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