Asset Tracking Solutions

Keep your business running in peak form.

What it is

Knowing where your assets are—and their condition—is crucial to business success. Verizon Asset Tracking Solutions can help you manage assets, in storage or in transit, regardless of your industry.

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Verizon battery-powered wireless sensors and gateways are attached to customer assets and managed in the portal.


Data is sent securely over LTE-M using the ThingSpace IoT platform for connectivity and device management.


Companies configure tracking devices to their assets or shipments with configurable settings and use dashboards, maps and charts for near real-time asset data analytics and historical data assessments.


Features and Benefits

Location tracking

Location tracking can help you always know where your assets are within the supply chain.

Condition monitoring

Environmental monitoring lets you track the conditions of your assets, including temperature, humidity, tilt, vibration and shock.

Asset alerts

Get near real-time notifications when conditions pass a certain threshold with asset alerts.


Maintaining compliance

Data collection can help you address regulation compliance, such as Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirements.


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May 1, 2019 ,  4 min read

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Construction companies that have implemented asset tracking software are able to easily streamline the management of both their powered and nonpowered physical assets.

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Asset tracking systems use wireless tracking devices and sensors, connectivity, and a management platform to monitor the machines and assets enterprises use in their business operations. Data gathered through tracking assets can provide you with the visibility and insights you need to create business improvements.

Tracking assets can help companies improve shipping and logistics, reduce theft and loss, and be proactive about maintenance. Asset tracking also gathers location and environmental data to help you address compliance requirements.

Assets across industries can be tracked. If you transport valuable assets where the stakes are high—say, in food safety—and you need to monitor conditions each step of the way, asset tracking is essential. Tracking devices measure things like GPS location, temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, light detection, tilt, vibration and shock.

Many industries can benefit from asset tracking, such as the food industry; manufacturers that ship precision-made machine parts, raw materials or partially finished/fully finished goods; and pharmaceutical companies that need to ship their products.

For example, if a pharmaceutical company is shipping 30 pallets of its products to a distribution center, it can use asset tracking sensors to monitor the location and temperature of a shipment at each step during transit. The company also creates a geofence to determine when a shipment leaves the source location and when it reaches its destination. If the assets’ conditions change, the company receives a near real-time notification, so it can address the issue. As the shipment travels, asset tracking allows the company to keep tabs on the shipment’s location and conditions until it arrives at its destination.


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