October 27, 2015

Alexandria, VA—Global supply chain visibility specialist Globe Tracker International (GT) and TransVoyant have formed a strategic partnership that will offer the TransVoyant Continuous Decision Intelligence Platform™ (CDI™) as a plug-in on Globe Tracker’s Smart Autonomous Asset Network. Utilizing data collected from GT devices on intermodal assets, TransVoyant’s CDI Platform will offer GT’s customers advanced predictive analytics that improve supply chain efficiency and visibility, mitigate risk, empower proactive disruption response, and forecast with high accuracy the arrival of shipments via land, sea and air anywhere in the world.

“We are very excited to be working with TransVoyant to provide our customers with smart estimates for arrival times, including notifications of transshipped containers, that are impacted by costly supply chain disruptions such as weather, natural disasters, labor issues, and other factors. It is one of the best uses of big data in the logistics supply chain,” said Don Miller, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing at Globe Tracker.

“By integrating the data received from Globe Tracker devices and sensors into the CDI Platform, our live and predictive analytics engine will provide customers with a more proactive, leaner and efficient way to get in front of risks and opportunities in supply chains, which ultimately translates to a better bottom line,” added TransVoyant Manager Director, Tyson Leal.

 

About TransVoyant Inc.
TransVoyant is at the forefront of the predictive analytics space.  From sensors, satellites, radar, video cameras and other devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT), we collect the world’s largest repository of real-time big data—over one trillion events each day.  Our patented machine learning algorithms analyze these massive big data streams in real-time to produce live and predictive insights that help companies transform their businesses and government agencies save lives.

About Globe Tracker International, ApS 

A privately held Danish company revolutionizing supply chain visibility and profitability, Globe Tracker opened a development center in Beijing, China in February of 2007, and now has offices and development centers in Qingdao, China; Copenhagen, Denmark; Reykjavik, Iceland; Tórshavn Faroe Islands and Melbourne, Florida in America. For more information, visit www.globetracker.com.

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