The Internet of Things (IoT) is typically associated with smart homes or vehicles. One compelling, and perhaps lesser known, use case is asset tracking. IoT can enable items to be tracked anywhere, any place, at any time. It can also provide information on the item’s state and environment, including the level of humidity or light exposure, or evidence of tampering. Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of Market Development, Europe at Aeris, and Richard Jennings, CEO and co-founder at TrackerSense, demonstrate the scope of IoT asset tracking with five unusual use cases.
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