SenseAware is a next-generation information-based service that enables customers to more securely manage and control the entire supply chain and maintain access to critical or environmentally sensitive cargo.
Chae Eun-mi, Branch Manager of FedBx Korea, said, "With SenseAware, customers can view information generated by cargo, making timely decisions when managing more complex global supply chains. Also, SenseAware is expected to benefit a wide range of industries, such as aerospace, healthcare, high technology and financial industries, as well as transportation of costly and time-sensitive cargo."
▲ Ng Frankie FedEx, Head of Solution Department in Asia-Pacific Area, introduced Sendum device and solution.
Recently, the government is implementing various policies to strengthen the global competitiveness of the domestic health care industry. The government held the 88th National Policy Coordination Meeting in September 2016 and confirmed 'Healthcare Industry Comprehensive Development Strategy' jointly organized with the relative authorities including Ministry of Health and Welfare. It also planned to intensively foster the healthcare industry for the next five years to expand the exports up to 20 trillion won until 2020. SenseAware is expected to provide more enhanced security features and visibility when domestic companies export healthcare shipments.
SenseAware is a state-of-the-art sensor technology combining various sensor devices with powerful web-based applications. When SenseAware is attached to the cargo, the customer can view real-time information on the cargo's current location, accurate temperature, relative humidity, light exposure, and impact information on the mobile device, allowing customers to more securely manage and control the entire supply chain and maintain access to critical or environmentally sensitive cargo.
For temperature-sensitive cargo, SenseAware device supports a dry ice detector that can monitor the condition of the cargo under temperatures from -80 ° C to 60 ° C, and an extreme low temperature detector that can monitor from -195 ° C to -60 ° C. The latest SenseAware PT300D features 3G dual-mode capability and is compatible with domestic communications networks.
SenseAware was first launched in the US in 2009 and currently operates in 43 markets worldwide, including Guam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan. FedEx continues to increase the number of SenseAware services available to a variety of aerospace and ground logistics companies, enabling them to use more appropriate logistics options for their business cases and needs.
▲ SENDUM device was introduced as the only cellular module that was authorized by the US government for maneuver during air navigation.
Meanwhile, 'FedEx Express', which provides SenseAware service to Korean customers, is becoming the world's largest air express company based on the largest airline route and infrastructure in the international shipping industry. It is implementing a deferred rebate system, and it delivers the cargo within the appointed time quickly and reliably to more than 220 countries every day.
FedEx, the parent company of FedEx Express, is a company that provides a wide range of services related to transportation, e-commerce and business to customers and businesses around the world. FedEx, which has an annual turnover of $61 billion, offers integrated business applications because the subsidiaries of the FedEx brand compete in the market as a single entity and operate as an organization. Consistently ranked as one of the most respected companies in the world, FedEx emphasizes more than 400,000 employees on focusing on safety, ethics, and professionalism, as well as the needs of their customers and communities.
▲ Chae Eun-mi, Branch Manager of FedEx Korea, answered most questions.