OnAsset solutions enable visibility throughout storage facilities. Using Sentinel tags, rooms and assets can be constantly monitored, and the data used for tracking, predicting and alerting excursions. From one cold room to an entire storage complex, there are no limits to the areas that can be covered.
OnAsset was founded (as SAVR) in 2005 with a focus on industrial RFID track and trace technology. Not long after its founding, the SAVR team met with global logistic providers seeking to leverage technology to provide greater insight into their operations. These engagements prompted a shift in direction for the young company and OnAsset as its known today was born.
By 2006, founder Adam Crossno had developed the prototype SENTRY. In 2007, additional tracking devices, smart containers, and the first visualization platform came about. The vision platform evolved in stride with the tracking technologies and, in 2009, OnAsset introduced the Vision Platform & Control Tower and SENTRY devices became commercially available. At the time, smartphones didn’t yet exist, and widespread awareness of the power and potential of real time cargo tracking and sensing wasn’t commonplace.
Deep Roots in Aviation
Prior to OnAsset creating the world’s first tracking device formally approved for use on aircraft using its patented FlightSafe® technology, the regulatory landscape did not account for the use of tracking devices in air cargo. Through significant effort to comply with regulations, and active engagement with airlines and regulatory agencies, OnAsset was proud to be the only IoT solutions company invited by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to sit on the Portable Electronic Device Aviation Rulemaking Committee (PED-ARC) that developed the first formal regulations governing the use of active cargo tracking devices on commercial aircraft. OnAsset devices subsequently became the first to be formally approved by airline and industry regulators. Those PED-ARC regulations are still in place today, and OnAsset continues to maintain the largest network of airline approvals in the business.
Following FAA and European Aviation Safety Agency approval, OnAsset’s footprint in aviation grew rapidly. At the same time, OnAsset’s leaders were in the lab, innovating to stay ahead of the curve. With eight patents under its belt already, the company was awarded another six patents in one year (2014) for innovations in wireless technology that made it possible to track shipments despite wireless communications gaps. OnAsset created a workaround so customers would always have the valuable insight they trust OnAsset to deliver.
The company went on to win awards and expand into healthcare, building partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies to ensure the safe and secure delivery of drugs for clinical trials to sites throughout the world. Those relationships have expanded over the years and created opportunities to support the most important shipments of 2021 – the COVID 19 vaccines.
Today OnAsset remains in a class of its own, as both the hardware and software OEM for all aspects of its asset management solution. It uniquely provides piece-level, detailed insights on customers’ valuable shipments so that they can see where each piece of their shipment is and what condition it’s in…anytime, anywhere.
While most companies focus on tracking a vehicle, trailer or container — the proxy for what you really care about — OnAsset’s family of technologies work together to monitor individual items within a shipment.
Not a lot of companies have extended sustainability practices to the supply chain, choosing instead to focus on lower-hanging fruit like fuel economy, renewable energy investments, and conservation.
OnAsset is the OEM of all the solutions we offer, so we have the unique ability to integrate our products directly with our customer’s packaging and assets to fully enable the connected supply chain.
The transport process involves the expedited movement of material from the patient to the manufacturing facility and then the return to the patient.
Real-Time Piece Visibility and Data Logging for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Goods in the Supply Chain
There are an array of disparate players in the supply chain. Each has a critical role, and most generate and exchange some data for the duration the consignment is in their care.
Cloudleaf, Inc. and OnAsset Intelligence, Inc. are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to bring enhanced insight into the movement of cargo throughout the supply chain. Combining Cloudleaf’s supply chain visibility and optimization SaaS platform with OnAsset’s suite of monitoring devices, this partnership will enable users to know, with a high degree of accuracy, the location, condition and security details of high-value shipments throughout the globe.
OnAsset Intelligence, the pioneer in supply chain monitoring solutions, is announcing the launch of its next generation SENTRY FlightSafe® device, designed to meet the demand for improved visibility on high-value shipments brought about by recent global supply chain disruptions. This is the first supply chain monitoring device to include 5G cellular connectivity, LoRaWAN® technology and an on-device display for quick and easy access to critical data on shipments.
OnAsset delivers the most flexible, scalable and rugged real-time asset visibility and piece level tracking solution in the market.
Seamless visibility from the place of manufacture to the final destination must be the new norm for vaccine distribution.
As we all continue to adapt our lives to the Covid-19 pandemic, the use of online and direct to consumer deliveries is escalating dramatically.