Tracking, Monitoring System from Moog Crossbow

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Moog Crossbow

The ILC2000 from Moog Crossbow, San Jose, CA, is an identification, location, and condition package tracking and monitoring system designed for cold chain and global supply chain applications. The system provides two-way communication via GSM/GPRS radio and location information using GPS/LBS with configurable location and status alerts. It also provides APIs at device, server, and client UI levels. The device itself includes a GSM/GPRS radio, specialized sensors and signal processing, a GPS receiver, and application software. The onboard sensors provide temperature monitoring while other onboard sensors can be used to monitor for excessive shock, tilting, and package tampering.

Contact Info

Company: Moog Crossbow
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 408-965-3300

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