Whether it’s a freighter or the objects in containers on that freighter, knowing where your company’s assets are is foundational to the functioning of your business. And although the practice of tracking large objects such as delivery trucks has been around for decades, new advances in technology allow the tracking of much smaller and non-powered objects that may just as valuable as delivery trucks. Whether you’re looking to implement a new tracking system or need yours to become more sophisticated, we hope you’ll join us for this free free webinar recording.
With over 30 years in the industry, Frank founded InnoTractor to support organizations in their mobile IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and industrial automation solutions. He is a well-known speaker on the topics of sustainable mobility and green logistics.
Sales Director, IoT at Objenious by Bouygues Telecom
Stéphane started his career at Ericsson where he discovered the Telecommunication industry. He then joined Wavecom, a French company, pioneer of the Internet of Things. In 2009, Stéphane joined Bouygues Telecom, where he aims to position Objenious as both a leader and innovative expert in the IoT market.
Founding Partner, Transforma Insights
Matt is a technology industry expert with over 20 years experience in cutting-edge technology research and consulting. He is a thought-leader in Digital Transformation and the Internet of Things, and a member of the Advisory Board for Mobile World Congress.
Head of Sales & Marketing, IoTerop
With over 20 years of experience in the Internet of Things (IoT) and consumer electronics industries, Olivier leads the global sales and marketing at IoTerop. His focus is on scaling IoTerop's device management technologies to reach multiple IoT industries.
An overview of asset tracking: from foundations to future trends
Business strategies for implementing a long-term and reliable supply chain solutions
The important technologies you need to know about in today’s modern tracking age
Why LPWAN and NB-IoT technologies should be on your radar