Net Feasa unveils security upgrade for Smart Container Tracking

Net Feasa implements security to the core of the Smart Container

Net Feasa, an Internet of Things (IoT) solution provider, has announced a patent-pending security upgrade to its market-leading IoTPASS Smart Container Tracking system.

The device, an apparatus for monitoring of transport containers, forms a security bridge between the locking bar and the container and uses Net Feasa’s Context Aware Artificial Intelligence (AI) functionality to intelligently interpret security infringements and/or anomalies.

The design also simplifies the installation of IoTPASS. This is snapped onto the locking bar of the container door, spun into place, after which it will immediately start transmitting key data of the containers journey.

Data pertaining to security violations such as unauthorised door opening, route diversion, extended stay time, and other shipment irregularities.

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This IoTPASS model will launch with the 2023 Mobile Satellite release which will default to satellite reporting when outside of a mobile network coverage.  

Mike Fitzgerald, Chairman of Net Feasa, said: “IoTPASS now enables us to interpret container security and integrity infringements while containers are in-transit wherever they are.

“This development will lead to the improvement of the supply chain risk management services right across the shipping industry, generating additional revenue streams.”

In August, Mitie, a British energy services firm, extended its contract with Associated British Ports (ABP) for another year, providing security services to 17 ports around the UK.

One month later, Kalmar, part of Cargotec, received the IEC 62443-4-1 certification for its Kalmar One automation system.

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