Aeris, a technology provider in the Internet of Things (IoT), recently announced it is teaming up with TrackEnsure in Canada to help trucking companies in North America improve operations through IoT technologies. Aeris reportedly is providing a global IoT connectivity solution for TrackEnsure to provide its services to truck carriers’ transportation, fleet, logistics and warehouse management systems.
TrackEnsure is a logistics service provider and uses IoT to give its clients maximum data integration, performance, reporting and analytics capabilities. TrackEnsure provides its clients with capabilities related to order management, trip management, hours of service (HOS) management, fuel management, fraud prevention, pricing calculators, signal processing and notifications, analysis and reports.
The Aeris Connectivity Platform (ACP) is being used by TrackEnsure for its eLog and dispatching services and helps the company improve its service delivery while increasing its service radius. TrackEnsure’s clients include GIGG Express, Highlight Motor Group and Loadex.
“In trucking and logistics we define IoT as the Internet of Trucks, Drivers, Dispatchers, Brokers, Warehouses, Orders and Shipments,” said Roman Mironenko, CEO and Chief Architect, TrackEnsure. “TrackEnsure merges data from all of the IoT and other sources to provide trucking and logistics companies with total situational and operational awareness. We see the companies that have best information and best understanding of their operations are the companies that grow the most. Without good timely data and without modern tools that run real time analysis there can be no real understanding of any business, especially business as fast paced as trucking and logistics.”
“Our approach is to use technological advancements in the most appropriate and efficient manner to help our business grow and become more profitable,” said Kirk Kalinitchenko, Founder, President & CEO, Highlight Motor Group. “TrackEnsure provides the technology that turns IoT into Internet of Trucks, Internet of Trailers, Internet of Shipments, Internet of Orders, and Internet of Drivers. Our trucks, trailers, shipments, drivers, dispatchers and orders are tracked, our shipments are planned according to all of the information that we are collecting with various devices, including mobile platforms. IoT-enabled technology is just as indispensable as are steering wheels and tires.”
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Edited by Ken Briodagh