Dragonfly leverages a cellular-based IoT tracker from Kizy to monitor the movements of its shipments from the United Kingdom to South Africa, identifying delays so they can be quickly addressed.
Apr 25, 2021When international direct-marketing company Dragonfly ships printed materials, it keeps an eye on those goods as they cross continents. The company, located in Edinburgh, Scotland, is leveraging a single wireless tracking device to bring visibility to each batch of material that it prints and mails for customers in South Africa. The GSM- and Wi-Fi-enabled technology, provided by Kizy, allows the firm to view where its shipments are located in rea…
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