Pallet Tracking GPS devices
Long Life Pallet Tracking Devices
Efficiently monitor and track pallets within warehouses or during transportation using our family of rugged battery-powered asset tracking devices. Benefit from advanced features such as precise location tracking, trip history, movement notifications and tampering alerts.
Integrated seamlessly with our fleet.Net Cloud Platform, our GPS pallet tracking solution revolutionizes your operations by providing real-time visibility and control over your entire operations. With Fleet.Net, you gain valuable insights into pallet utilization, streamline inventory management, and make data-driven decisions to improve overall operational performance.
LoRa GPS Tracking
LoRa For Pallet Tracking In Warehouses
Our LoRa asset tracking system is part of a complete IoT solution. It efficiently transmits precise location and temperature data to the Piccolo gateways, which then seamlessly upload this information to the Cloud for comprehensive monitoring and analysis.
By leveraging LoRa technology, our system eliminates cellular airtime costs, leading to significant savings.
Cellular GPS Tracker
4G Solar Powered GPS Tracker For Pallets
Gain Visibility & Control Over Your Pallets
Track and manage assets and heavy equipment on one centralized cloud-based solution including locations, maintenance schedules, usage and more.
Ensure Security With Advanced Geofencing Capabilities
Secure Your sites with GPS trackers for pallets. Get automated alarms on geofence boundary exits and unauthorized use. Rapidly respond to equipment malfunctions other critical conditions that could jeopardize your valuable assets.
Improve your Financial Outlook With Instant Inventory Reporting
Gain visibility into your full inventory across all your locations:
- Track pallets with location and movement history
- Improve supply chain management
- Improve your customers experience
Pallet Tracking FAQ
Pallet tracking typically involves the use of GPS or RFID technology embedded within or attached to pallets. GPS-enabled devices track pallets in real-time, providing accurate location data throughout their journey within the supply chain. RFID tags, on the other hand, rely on radio frequency identification to communicate with readers installed at various checkpoints, allowing for the identification and tracking of pallets as they move through different stages of the logistics process.
To keep track of pallets, businesses utilize tracking systems that may include GPS devices, RFID readers, or a combination of both technologies. These systems enable continuous monitoring of pallets, allowing companies to know their exact location, movement history, and other relevant information. This data helps optimize logistics operations, improve inventory management, and enhance overall supply chain efficiency.