WHAT In the supply chain, IoT asset tracking solutions improve productivity, reduce downtime, decrease reliance on human capital, enhance compliance assurance and more. However, it’s imperative that industrial leaders understand how to best capitalize on IoT investments and remain privy to ever-evolving IoT trends, best practices and solutions.
Bob Proctor, CEO ofLink Labs, a leading provider of an end-to-end IoT platform for tagging, locating and monitoring equipment, supplies and assets anywhere at any time, and Eric Simone, CEO ofClearblade, the industry-leading IoT Edge application software company, will present a one-hour webinar to discuss emerging trends in the IoT space. Aiming to empower attendees to make informed decisions before investing in IoT asset tracking, Proctor and Simone will examine how IoT asset tracking powers accurate positioning for indoors, outdoors and everywhere between.
By attending the webinar, participants will gain knowledge of:
New ways to leverage IoT with enhanced asset tracking hardware
How to gain a competitive advantage using the latest IoT to broaden your market space
Strategies to reduce organizational and operating costs while improving safety
Why tracking all of your assets finally makes financial sense
WHEN & WHERE Date: Wed., Feb. 3, 2021 Time 12:00 p.m. E.T.
About Link Labs Link Labs provides the industry’s most complete, end-to-end IoT platform for tagging, locating and monitoring equipment, supplies, assets and people. With nearly 30 patented technologies, its flagship platform, AirFinder, helps companies in nearly every industry locate, monitor and manage business assets assets anywhere at any time – indoor, outdoor and everywhere in-between. Through the seamless integration of innovative software and hardware, extreme low energy (XLE) local and field networks and industry standard protocols, AirFinder is proven to reduce IoT deployment times from months to days while lowering cost of ownership by 50-90%. Trusted by top global enterprises for their essential IoT solutions, Link Labs is based in Annapolis, Md. and was founded in 2014 by a group of veteran engineers from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, who had worked together on a variety of projects for the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Intelligence Community and the telecommunications industry. For more information, visithttps://www.link-labs.com/and follow on Twitter@LinkLabsInc.