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Published: January 2004
Sky’s the limit for box tracking
A number of hurdles need to be overcome before satellite tracking systems are widely adopted by container operators
The tracking of containers and other transport assets has been a constant preoccupation of logistics technology providers for most of the last decade and significant technical progress has been made. Satellite tracking devices can now report the location of containers, chassis, tractors and gensets in real time, while Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags can be used to supply details of container contents and confirm seal integrity....
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