Organizations gain more accurate operational insight and supply chain visibility while protecting existing investments in sensor “tag” hardware with today’s release of Savi Mobile Tracking System 2.4 (SMTS 2.4). Today’s release also introduces intelligent alert capabilities that leverage SMTS 2.4’s ability to learn from organization, user and asset behaviors and apply that knowledge to future events.
Combined with additional usability improvements, SMTS 2.4 bridges the gaps across enterprise and legacy systems, captures planned and unplanned events and data, and provides real-time operational intelligence.
Because of gaps in coverage areas, battery performance or intentional tag tampering, sensor data quality is often poor or incomplete, particularly when monitoring assets across wide geographic regions and in areas with little to no infrastructure. Tracking vendors have traditionally leveraged this deficiency to force customers into purchasing new tags designed for that vendor’s system. Savi Technology, pioneer and leading provider of sensor-based operational analytic solutions, has adopted a tag-agnostic approach that enables customers to leverage tags from multiple providers.
SMTS 2.4 enables the tag-agnostic approach and improves data accuracy by correcting and filtering sensor data. SMTS 2.4 applies built-in logic to address out-of-sequence reads and event data received by sensors, so organizations can be confident in the quality and accuracy of their operational information. This new data filtering capability also reduces the number of false alerts triggered by the system, freeing users and analysts to concentrate on value-added activities.
Savi Technology provides organizations with operational analytics – the ability to collect and convert operational information into useful knowledge – from physical objects like supplies, equipment and cargo. The Savi Sensor Based Analytics Platform gives enterprises the ability to access, analyze and learn from new data in ways previously impossible, yielding streamlined operations, enhanced security and dramatically improved enterprise decision-making. Savi is headquartered in Alexandria, VA, with operations in Lexington, KY and around the world. Savi was named a 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate for the economic improvements its technology has provided to several countries in Africa. Savi has more than 100 domestic and foreign issued patents covering a variety of technologies and is an active participant in several industry standards bodies including ISO 18000-7. For more information visit www.savi.com.