CORE VALUES OF BLOCKCHAIN TRACK & TRACE
TNT is a unique Source-to-Market track and trace solution that uses IoT devices (BT, GPS, etc) to capture all events required throughout the objects history.
Our team of Engineers, Developers, Lean Six Sigma Black Belts, and IoT Designers will work with you to create a custom solution to deliver Strategic deployment of sensors and blockchain technologies. We assist in global business expansion in emerging markets. Strategic deployment strategies of sensors and blockchain technologies
Traceability and Inventory System Application with Blockchain Technology. Self-service Dispenser Integrations, Mobile App Development and User Interface Customization. Intelligent tamper resistant packaging.
Blockchain gateway for devices. IoT from Source to Sale. Farm & Source location based system. Integrated with industrial grade humidity and temperature monitoring.
Tamper Resistant Packing RFID, NFC and UHF Tagging IoT Tags, IoT Readers, IoT Sensors and IoT Scanners
We deliver a foundation for your custom-tailored IoT back-end system. Built as a cluster, the architecture eliminates the risk of downtime by enabling high availability.
REST interfaces (REpresentational State Transfer) with product-specific services, log appenders for integration with analytics, data management and visualization systems, pluggable implementations of custom transports, and other modules.
The platform is designed to handle millions of connected devices under peak pressure without ever getting tired.
Oracle, Mongo DB, Cassandra and Hadoop are just a few of the pre-integrated data processing systems built into the platform.
Collecting and analyzing data from connected devices is one of the most recurring IoT use cases. Our mission is to make these tasks totally straight forward, even at a massive scale.
The IoT platform serves as a foundation for your back-end system that you are free to expand and customize to meet the specific requirements of your logistical requirements.
We enable advanced IoT features for gateways and WIFI routers. We empower these devices to act as an affordable yet multi-functional bridge between endpoints and the cloud.
We simplify data collection from basic sensors and devices that used PAN-based protocols such as Bluetooth, Zigbee, or Zwave for connectivity.
For massive amounts of real-time data or large-scale deployments, we allow inplementting the edge analytics into IoT gateways, which consolidates data to send to the cloud more efficiently.
Our platform is transport-agnostic. We support applications that function over any petty of network connection, either persistent or intermittent.
Connection parameters are automatically advertised to endpoints and balance the load across the network.
Flexible assignment of transport implementations to platform services. Notifications may be delivered to endpoints via UDP or SMS while configuration and profile data may be synced via an AES-encrypted TCP protocol.
We enable data management for connected objects and your back-end infrastructure by providing the server and endpoint SDK components. The SDKs get embedded into your connected device and implement real-time bi-directional data exchange with the platform.
Our SDKs are capable of being integrated with virtually any type of connected device or microchip providing a straightforward hardware integration procedure.
You can integrate pretty much any device, starting from those powered by fully-functional operating systems, all the way down to resource-constrained micro-controllers with less than 10KB of available RAM
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The on-board technology is seamlessly integrated into the vehicle's engine management and diagnostic system, as well as any third party technology, providing valuable, real-time insights and alerts into drivers' mechanical handling of a vehicle as well as the mechanical performance of each vehicle in your fleet.
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Counterfeit and shipment security raising topic of the industry. Anticipated to be one of the biggest concerns in the industry today and tomorrow is how to secure shipment integrity thru out the whole supply chain.
InventoryTracking & Analytics
Reaching a point of better inventory control demands complete control over all systems. Warehouse and distribution center managers should understand how their actions impact all systems and activities.
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Climate control covers two major aspects of the internal condition of warehouse: temperature and humidity. These two factors can have a major impact upon the condition of stock stored within a warehouse. Many items require certain storage conditions, in regards to temperature and humidity.
Smart Logisticsand Warehousing
Today’s warehouse is far more than just a facility in which to store inventory. Leveraging the latest supply chain technology and the Internet of Things (IoT), a “smart warehouse” can now serve as a hub to boost efficiency and speed throughout the entire supply chain.