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Aeris and Roambee Unite to Enhance Cold Chain Monitoring via IoT

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Aeris, which offers the Internet of Things based services, yesterday revealed that it has now partnered with the Santa Clara bases supply chain and enterprise asset visibility firm Roambee Corporation to offer the IoT based shipments and asset monitoring services.

While the Roambee provides the condition visibility and monitoring services for in-transit goods and infield assets, Aeris provides the end to end IoT based machine to machine solutions with the help of its mobility and connectivity platforms.

As part of the arrangments, Roambee will be going to use the ACP to manage its global data connectivity and to run its shipping, asset, inventory pallet, and the fleet monitoring services.

This helps the Roambee advance its service delivery at the time of improving the supply chain, and throughout for enterprises, the companies revealed in the statement.

“By utilizing Aeris Connectivity Platform’s data management and location capabilities, Roambee better manages our quality of global service for enterprises at scale. This is an integral part of Roambee’s portfolio of end-to-end, real-time visibility and monitoring solutions,” Vidya Subramanian, vice president of products, Roambee, said.

Aeris also revealed that ACP drives the value by providing a smarter cold chain as it can also provide with the real-time monitoring with the live data and situational alerts along with the actionable heights for the future business improvements.

In an earlier interview, Aeris India president Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar had revealed that this division was filing the IoT solutions gap in the entire country by providing the connectivity management solutions, cloud-based enablement services, and analytics to enterprises.

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