Asset telemetry solutions, interoperable sensors, voice-user interface for cargo management
I.D. Systems, Inc., Woodcliff Lake, N.J., released a new line of asset telemetry solutions, a suite of interoperable sensors and an interactive voice-user interface for accessing I.D. Systems’ analytics platform without the need to manually run reports. This launch includes what is said to be a first-of-its-kind image-based cargo visibility detector.
LV-Series, a cargo tracking solution suite, gives users real-time updates into their freight through imagery and environmental sensors. Driven by wireless sensor integration and visual image confirmation, the LV Series monitors the condition and status of the cargo, including temperature, humidity and shock, and tracks the asset’s location, loaded levels, tire pressure, anti-lock braking system lights and other elements.
Models LV-100, LV-300 and LV-500 vary according to power management technology such as a long-life primary battery, rechargeable battery or dual-power source. Each includes drive-segment detection and time-based and sensor-event reporting.
Model LV-710 is a patent-pending, wireless high-definition camera, image recognition processor, door sensor and cargo-area environmental sensor that integrates with the family of LV primary asset tracking devices and the company’s new YardView smartphone app. When utilized with LV-740 pallet sensors, the LV-710 can also detect and report if and where pallets are loaded, as well as environmental alerts (e.g. temperature, etc.) to deliver complete cargo visibility.
Lucy is an integrated voice-activated system that provides dynamic interaction with a fleet’s asset and cargo database. From providing detailed in-transit reporting to real-time status and analytics, Lucy unlocks actionable insights and opportunities without the time and hassle of manually running reports. In addition, Lucy leverages its voice-activation technology with the Bing search engine to provide up-to-the-minute traffic, weather and other updates along planned or existing routes.
I.D. Systems, Inc.