South Korean IoT Tech Turns Boxes Into Smart Containers

386
Credits: Zan/Unsplash

South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) will offer to install Internet of Things technology on containers to enhance export competitiveness, reports the Loadstar.

IoT for smart containers

The roll-out was announced after the ministry completed a two-year container IoT equipment pilot project, involving distributing 4,160 retrofitted containers to local shipping companies.

IoT technologies track the location and status of containers and, in the case of reefers, temperatures. Subsidies of around $121 for each installation, or 30% of the cost, were provided.

The MoF said when containers were digitised, shipping companies would be able to ascertain the location and status of cargo, creating added value for customers.

Read more here.

Did you subscribe to our daily Newsletter?

It’s Free! Click here to Subscribe

Source: The Loadstar

2 COMMENTS

  1. I қnow tһіs if off topic but I’mlooking іnto starting my own blog аnd waѕ
    curious what all іs neeԀеd tο gett setup? I’m assuming hɑving
    a blog ⅼike yoսrs would cost a pretty penny?

    I’m not vеry internet smart ѕߋ I’m not 100% positive.
    Any recommendations οr advice wouⅼd bee greatky appreciated.
    Ƭhank you

Comments are closed.