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RTLS in Farm to fork logistics software solutions

RTLS in Farm to fork logistics 

RTLS in Farm to fork logistics – With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, consumers and businesses globally are adopting eCommerce and digital fulfillment models, whether it is about running a restaurant or organic farm or a cheese factory or microbrewery. Those businesses that adapt to build their operations such as last-mile fulfillment, and traceability from production to the consumer using digital platforms will pave the cornerstone to become the next-generation leaders

Three pillars of our last mile fulfilment farm & eCommerce logistics solutions

RTLS remote Monitoring kits

farm to fork logisitics ecommerce, fulfilment solutions

A range of wireless and wired RTLS devices for indoor tracking, industrial monitoring in factories, warehouses, distribution, in-transit zones, indoor farms, retail stores.  Integrated IOT farm logistics dashboards with data visualization, alerts, notifications. Deployable on cloud or on edge gateway devices.

RTLS in eCommerce 

ecommerce in warehouses - supply chain visibility

Manufacturer, direct-to-consumer, and retail eCommerce solutions, with integrated payment gateways such as m-Pesa & Razorpay, equipment rental module, vouchers, offer bundles, suggestions, offers, warehouse space booking, last mile fulfillment options, with RTLS

Farm to fork RTLS in Logistics 

supply chain visibility, ecommerce logistics, last mile fulfilment solutions

The farm to fork RTLS platform comprises two components. The first are the tools that provide supply chain visibility and traceability. The second aspect is the analytics reporting tools & alerts. The third is the information sharing model with all the stakeholders – farmer, distributor, logistics provider and finally the consumer.

warehousing ecommerce - shared economy in supply chain

RTLS for Logistics e-commerce providers

Traditional logistics companies serving B2B customers will have low utilization of fleets and warehouses if they do not adopt shared economy models, and short-term rental of warehouses, giving full visibility to the demanding B2C consumer. Similarly, excess capacity in terms of temperature-controlled space, equipment & fleet needs to be rented out to save costs. Ultimately all logistics providers need to transform into technology companies

Factory and warehouse Workforce tracking, workflow monitoring solutions for warehouses, factories, logistics yards

Factories of the future – safety & productivity

For larger businesses, we provide productivity and safety technologies such as physical distancing, noncontact body temperature along attendance monitoring. Productivity aspects such as workflow, team activities, compliances, etc can be measured using Bluetooth tags embedded inside safety helmets or employee ID cards.

Factory and warehouse Physical  distancing technology for warehouses, hospitals, mines, shipyards, offices

Farm to fork logistics Supply chain visibility, traceability with RTLS

The writing is on the wall. Direct-to-consumer businesses are going to transform many industries in an essential goods-driven economy.  The fastest learner in the digital economy will be the winner. Hence, enterprises large and small need to make the move towards implementing digital solutions around eCommerce, logistics platforms, and last mile fulfillment to stay relevant and grow in the new normal. 

Call us to know more about digital solutions in farming, RTLS in farm to fork logistics, supply chain & last mile fulfilment.