Real-time tracking on the way to the logistics industry

Within 5 years, those who have not used IoT will lag behind in the industry, according to 74% of the companies in Vodafone's IoT Barometer from 2019, said Hans Erik Karsten from #IntSpo.

LOGMA invited to experience sharing from the innovation project in Posten where packing cages were to be tracked in real time with IoT technology from IntSpo via Telenor's NB-IoT mobile network.

Prior to the meeting, LOGMA published one relevant article on the topic in the magazine Logistics & Management, written by Deputy Jan Elling Rindli.

To keep up with developments, you have to work with innovation, dare to use new technology and get people involved, said Anne Ruth Gjerstad from #Posten. Norway Post was at the top of InnoMag's selection of Norway's 25 most innovative companies in 2019.

Want to know more about what IoT solutions can do for your business?

Request a non-binding survey with Hans Erik Karsten in IntSpo. 

From right: Hans Erik Karsten (general manager of IntSpo), Anne-Ruth Gjerstad (director of IT Solutions at Posten Norge) and Jan Elling Rindli (deputy head of LOGMA).
Hans Erik Karsten, general manager of IntSpo
Overview of areas where one sees effects from using IoT.
Hans Erik Karsten, general manager of IntSpo
IoT is the third most important technology in logistics
Hans Erik Karsten, general manager of IntSpo

About IntSpo

IntSpo is a Norwegian technology company that digitizes physical assets with IoT (internet of things). We provide IoT solutions with advanced tracking and sensor technologies which provides optimized management and operation of physical assets. With insight into available and future technology IntSpo can deliver effective solutions designed for each customer's needs.