Transforming supply chain visibility with Satellite IoT
30 Jun 2022 | 4 min read
According to Bearing Point, there will be an estimated 36 billion connected devices in the world by 2030 and spending on IoT world...
When: November 8 – 10, 2022
Where: RAI Amsterdam – Meet Astrocast at booth H52
Taking place at RAI Amsterdam on 8-10 November 2022, Intermodal Europe 2022 will be the essential gathering place for container shipping and intermodal transport leaders, professionals and suppliers to reconnect, stay ahead of supply chain trends and source the latest solutions from some of the world’s most innovative manufacturers and suppliers.
The event, which last took place in 2019, will bring together world-class suppliers to showcase logistics and supply chain solutions across three days of interactive demonstrations, exciting new product announcements and actionable insight with access to 30+ hours of expert-led content across a varied conference programme of free-to-attend educational seminars.
An event, unlike any other, Intermodal Europe, welcomes visitors from a myriad of sectors including shippers, ports and terminals, technology providers, shipping agents, shipping lines and providers of logistics services.
Meet Astrocast at Intermodal Europe and book your meeting on-site with our team to find out how our Satellite IoT Service can take your IoT strategy further:
You can also drop by booth H52 and discuss in person your IoT project with the Astrocast team.
Don’t miss Astrocast’s session at the Technology Theatre:
Despite strong demand, the cost and complexity of satellite technology and integration have historically challenged business model viability, and prevented businesses from reaping the benefits. However, the latest generation of cost-effective SatIoT is unlocking new opportunities and is helping to fill in the gaps in fleet management.
With 85% of the planet not covered by terrestrial networks, SatIoT opens up the possibility of tracking assets in remote areas that are not accessible to cellular solutions. With in-depth, trusted information about the entire supply chain ecosystem, shipping lines can factor in changing fuel costs and shortages of unloading staff at ports in real time to reallocate containers.