New Savi Cargo Tracking System Introduced

Press Release
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Savi Tracking Display: Image credit Savi Technology

The latest software release from Savi Technology dramatically improves insight into cargo shipments and logistics.

Shippers, logisticians, customs agents and supply chain professionals can now dedicate more time to action and less time gathering data with today’s introduction of Savi Mobile Tracking System 2.2. The latest release from Savi Technology gives professionals greater detail on real-time field conditions and events to quickly identify conditions that require an immediate response to a potential cargo theft, lost shipment or supply chain delay.

SMTS 2.2 introduces new journey management features including several web services that automate the capture of vital information such as assets, tags and journeys in the system. Additionally users can more accurately define approved cargo corridors with the ability to resize a corridor fence using handles, create a corridor fence around a line or point on the map, and enter a specific street address.

“Savi Mobile Tracking System highlights Savi’s deep understanding of tracking, logistics and supply chain, and the technologies that are best suited to specific challenges,” said Ann Grackin, CEO, ChainLink Research. “With increasing risks in global logistics, companies can use SMTS to gain real-time knowledge and conditioning monitoring to identify risks of assets in motion.”

 

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