Introducing the Next-Gen Supply Chain Tracker from Tive

Krenar Komoni
Krenar Komoni

We are thrilled to announce the release of our new and improved tracker. The Tive team has been hard at work improving on the previous design, and I am incredibly proud to share this world-class device with our customers. Here are some of the most exciting advances:

Improved Battery Life: The new tracker will last more than twice as long as the previous version: at a 6-hour reporting interval, the tracker will now last for over a year -- all with a battery small enough to require no special packaging. This will enable us to support even the longest and most complex supply chains.

Improved Shock Sensing: The new tracker will continuously sense 1000 times per second, ensuring that we never miss a shock event. In addition, we have introduced 50 G, 100 G, and 200 G shock thresholds in addition to our existing 25 G threshold, ensuring that we can meet a wide variety of customer needs.

Improved Location Tracking: The new tracker has an improved antenna and uses Wi-Fi tracking in addition to cellular triangulation and GPS. These improvements will dramatically increase both the reliability and resolution of our location tracking capabilities. Specifically, Wi-Fi support will enable us to offer building-level location tracking, while antenna improvements mean the tracker will detect location and connect reliably even while in a container deep within a ship.

Improved Shape: At just 12 mm in depth, the new tracker has a slim design, so it can be easily attached to all sorts of different packages.

New Tive Tracker

Tive’s new multi-sensor tracker boasts a convenient slim design and lasts over a year.

Again, we are thrilled to launch our new tracker, and excited to start shipping to select customers. If you’re interested in participating in our early-access program to receive our new tracker, please contact us at sales@tive.co.

Onward,

Krenar Komoni

Tive CEO and Founder

 

Topics: Tive, Supply Chain Trackers, Future of Supply Chain



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