From Nimbelink: Introducing the NimbeLink AT4 - Supply Chain Asset Management
The Low-Cost Way to Track Materials and Products in Your Supply Chain
Looking for a robust edge-to-enterprise supply chain asset management solution?
Want to track parts, ingredients, and raw materials, or monitor the location of finished goods in your warehouse or storage yard?
The new NimbeLink AT4 Asset Tracking Solution will generate new insights into key elements of your supply chain and produce lasting value to your organization.
The NimbeLink AT4 is a highly scalable solution that integrates asset tracking devices, cellular network connectivity, and software – all of which can be easily configured to match your supply chain operations.
Weighing just 1.5 ounces, the AT4 device is small, robust, and extremely versatile. It leverages the latest low-power wide-area (LPWA) cellular technology (LTE-M/NB-IoT), employs cellular and Wi-Fi triangulation to monitor location and uses a 3-axis accelerometer to track movement and provide motion and shock triggers. The AT4 is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery that delivers exceptional battery life, and the device is IP-66 rated for dust and water-resistance.
The NLink Platform enables you to quickly configure your AT4 devices to your use cases, and seamlessly connect them to your enterprise. In addition, the NLink Platform provides customized tracker analytics and enables easy management of devices and their geo-fencing parameters.
The NimbeLink AT4 Solution can be used to track just about anything that flows into, through, or out of your manufacturing facilities and distribution centers:
- Finished goods
- Intermodal containers
In addition, the AT4 can be used to track and optimize the use of forklifts, skid loaders, lift trucks, and other equipment that move goods throughout your facilities.
Your supply chain is always on the move, and even one misstep can cause a cascade of problems in manufacturing and customer service. The AT4 Asset Tracking Solution connects your organization to all these moving parts, and enables you to achieve many of the objectives that drive supply chain optimization:
- Improved inventory management
- Increased operational efficiency
- Tracking of lost, stolen, damaged, or diverted goods
- Enabling real-time monitoring of customer shipments
- Improved transparency of social responsibility practices
- Reduced waste
- Monitoring and optimizing usage of forklifts and yard equipment