PakSense AutoSense Real-Time unit can provide real-time access to data

PakSense Inc, a provider of continuous environmental monitoring solutions for all segments of the supply chain, announced the launch of AutoSense Real-Time.
Launched in conjunction with PakSense strategic partner Controlant, this stand-alone unit provides access to temperature and location information of perishable products in real-time. This unit uses cellular connectivity to pinpoint issues and mitigate cold-chain breaks before they become an issue.
“With this economical, reusable, and stand-alone model, we can provide real-time insight for just dollars a day,” said David Oster, chief executive officer at PakSense. “Further, all data is stored in a centralized cloud database for compliance and corrective action reporting. This is an optimal solution for any closed-loop situation, such as distribution center to store.”
Worldwide cellular coverage is provided at no additional cost. In addition, proactive email alerts to defined users can be programmed into units to signal issues as they occur.
AutoSense Real-Time powered by Controlant can be easily combined with PakSense’s Facility, Inbound, and Outbound monitoring solutions to create continuous monitoring visibility over all segments of a supply chain.
Controlant is focused on development of wireless automatic asset tracking and monitoring of perishable goods. Located in Reykjavík, Iceland, Controlant has close ties to the University of Iceland, and solutions have been partly funded by the Icelandic Technology Development Fund. The company has an established subsidiary in Denmark, carries out activities in Scandinavia and northern Europe, and works with partner PakSense to sell and service its solutions in the Americas.
For a demonstration of PakSense continuous monitoring solutions, call +1-208-489-9010 or email [email protected] More information is available at www.paksense.com.

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