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KORE Launches Critical Asset Management Solution

By Ken Briodagh
April 16, 2020

In a recent announcement, KORE launched a new managed services solution for Critical Asset Management (CAM), which uses the Visilion asset tracking platform from Sony Network Communications Europe. KORE said the solution introduces a new level of condition management, allowing companies in the medical instrumentation, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries to maintain real-time condition visibility of critical and high-value goods.

KORE is leveraging the IoT managed services expertise of recently acquired Integron to assist connected health and life sciences companies in the turnkey deployment of scalable asset management tools. The solution combines Sony’s trackers, platform, APIs (capable of ERP integration) and reporting tools with KORE’s project management, kitting, logistics, connectivity and device management services.

“Passive monitoring has not been sufficient for the highly regulated nature of the connected health market and up to this point, active monitoring has been too fragmented, complicated, and costly,” said Bryan Lubel, EVP, IoT Managed Services, KORE. “With our experience in IoT deployments and connected devices, we’re simplifying the process for our customers, while improving their risk mitigation and operational efficiency.”

KORE is hosting an educational webinar on Tuesday, April 21 titled “IoT for Medical Supply Chain Visibility.” In this webinar, attendees will learn how pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers can stay ahead of proposed FDA supply chain requirements by adopting IoT solutions for end-to-end supply chain visibility.

To learn about all sorts of IoT innovations, join us at next year’s IoT Evolution Expo 2021: It’s Time to Grow, taking place in Miami in February. Call for papers now open.


Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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