Intel® Connected Logistics Platform
Service providers in the logistics and transportation industry operate at low margins—three to five percent—which they can improve by using this platform to boost efficiency. Intel is introducing its new Intel® Connected Logistics Platform to help you automate shipment tracking and increase shipment visibility (e.g. location, temperature, humidity, mishandling) of high-value goods as they move through the supply chain and to their final destination.
The savings can be substantial, such as detecting product damage early and rerouting the product to avert the cost of a complete, round-trip journey. End customers benefit from getting a
- Based on the Intel Atom® processor
- Provides thorough and continuous updates about package condition
- Alerts when a package’s location or condition changes unexpectedly
- Delivers near real-time data analytics and insights
- Protects confidential asset information with data encryption
Gain a Competitive Advantage
Give customers timely updates on package condition.
Save on Shipping Costs
Detect damaged goods early to avoid full shipping charges.
Reduce Damage Claims
Identify conditions leading to damaged goods using data analytics.
Sensitive Capital Equipment
Shock, tilt, and vibration
Temperature, humidity, track & trace, and cold-chain monitoring
Geo-fencing, tamper notification, and light sensitivity
GPS location and condition
Intel® Solution Architecture
Intel’s shipment, trailer, and inventory visibility solutions can help reduce solution cost with its hub-and-spoke architecture, as shown at right. A mobile or fixed gateway (hub) connects to the cloud and runs applications locally, allowing expensive components (e.g., 4G radio) to be taken out of the sensor tags (spokes). Sensor tags provide product movement and condition data that is ingested and analyzed by gateways and applications running in the cloud. The architecture supports edge intelligence and high data fidelity to reduce false alarms.
An application program interface (API) simplifies communications between cloud applications and gateways. A typical application example is sending an alert to a logistics company so it can quickly respond to unexpected conditions a package encounters. Other application software possibilities
Cost Effective and Comprehensive
Cut cost with economical and multi-function sensor tags.
Take quick action with continuous monitoring.
Integrate the solution with your current systems.
Smart Logistics Partnership
Honeywell and Intel can help you solve your logistics challenges.
Freight Data Analytics
Extract greater value from your freight information.