In today’s highly political America, an issue impact us all is the supply chain. From pandemic-related delays, to the Russo-Ukrainian War’s impact on oil prices, inflation and further uncertainty open the door to more trying times to come.
What we can feel certain about is IoT innovation. When it comes to asset tracking and adding reliability back to the supply chain, IoT is up to the task.
Link Labs announced an extended partnership with wired and wireless access solution provider, Cambridge Industries Group (CIG) to resolve supply chain deficiencies.
In short, CIG hardware paired with Link Labs solutions like, AirFinder OnSite Bluetooth Low Energy/XLE® Access Point, AirFinder OnSite Bluetooth Lower Energy Ultrasound-Enabled Beacons, AirFinder OnSite XLE® Beacons enable the duo to reduce supply chain shortages and improve IoT asset tracking.
Industries like travel and hospitality took a major blow the last couple of years, spurring several U.S.-based hotel brands to turn to CIG and Link Labs to not only IoT asset tracking capability and produce bottom line results.
“We are excited to move into this next phase of our partnership with CIG as we work to alleviate the pain points of the supply chain that all industries have been feeling over the past two years,” said Bob Proctor, founder and CEO of Link Labs. “IoT asset tracking is a critical piece to operating efficiency for many businesses, so finding ways to make this a more scalable and quickly adaptable process is our main focus.”
Join Link Labs’ Bob Proctor at IoT Evolution Expo June 21 -24 2022 for the session, “Strategies in Warehouse Management.” Proctor and other industry leaders will explore best practice data, digital twin, asset tracking, supply chain and more. See you there!
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