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Traditional tracking methods often provide limited visibility into the location and status of shipments. This can lead to delays, errors, and a lack of transparency throughout the supply chain. SEEWORLD tracking solution allows logistics businesses to have complete visibility into their supply chain and proactively address any issues that may arise.
Assets can be vulnerable to theft or loss, leading to financial losses and operational disruptions. Traditional security measures may fall short in providing real-time alerts and recovery options to mitigate these risks effectively. Real-time alerts can be triggered in case of unauthorized access or deviations from predefined parameters, allowing for timely intervention and asset recovery.
Auto finance is susceptible to various fraudulent activities, such as identity theft, false documentation, and vehicle theft. SEEWORLD IoT tracking devices can provide valuable data for fraud detection, such as vehicle tampering, unauthorized usage, or unusual driving patterns. Real-time alerts can be triggered to identify potential fraud attempts and take immediate action.
Some utility assets are located in remote or inaccessible areas, making it challenging to monitor their performance or respond promptly to issues. Traditional tracking methods may not provide accurate or timely data from these locations. SEEWORLD IoT devices can gather data from remote and inaccessible locations, ensuring comprehensive coverage across the utility infrastructure.
When developing our products, we primarily focus on three main pillars – reliability, security, and ease of use. We believe these elements are essential for the success of any IoT project.
LBS (Location-Based Services)
CMP (Connectivity Management Platform)
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