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Logismart - Smart Locks for Cargo Tracking Systems


E-Commerce & Last Mile Delivery

Customs & Border Control

Supply Chain Management

Hazardous Goods Monitoring


LogiSmart is Sepio’s proprietary Electronic Cargo Tracking System that tracks the movement of smart electronic locks used to secure valuable cargo in transit from the point of origin to the final destination. The benefits of implementing the Internet of Things (IoT) solution have numerous benefits like better operational efficiency, increased customer satisfaction, reduced risks, and improved decision-making capabilities for businesses in the logistics and supply chain industry in addition to reducing the pilferage and unauthorized access to the goods in transit and storage.


TruCheck seals with Barcode Tracking System or Software enhance the reliability and efficiency of meters by providing real-time monitoring, early fault detection, and data-driven maintenance strategies. They enable predictive maintenance, reduce downtime, and contribute to overall operational cost savings.


Trucheck meter seal is quick and easy to install without any additional tools. One can simply insert the wire through the hole and twist the tab to fix the seal in place. Once the Trucheck seal is fixed on the meter, it can be scanned by Sepio’s connected mobile application which can be installed on any smart phone.


Proprietary track-and-trace software for superior performance

Capable of using different kinds of electronic cargo tracking hardware

GPS and geofencing for cargo movement control

Close monitoring of cargo movement to ensure safety, prevent pilferage, theft, and contamination

Identification of points in the supply chain more susceptible to theft and tampering

Allows remote access to cargo tracking information via web portals, mobile apps, or dedicated software

Sensor integration to monitor environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, light exposure, shock, and vibration to ensure optimal transportation conditions

Incorporates tamper-proof seals, motion sensors, and anti-theft devices to protect cargo from unauthorized access or theft

Provides analytics and reporting capabilities for insights into their supply chain performance and improving efficiency


A cargo Electronic Tracking System consists of tracking devices attached to the cargo or embedded within the packaging. These devices are equipped with various sensors, such as GPS, temperature, humidity, and motion sensors, depending on the specific requirements of the cargo. Cargo tracking systems may include security features such as tamper-proof seals, motion sensors, or anti-theft devices. The tracking devices collect data from the sensors and transmit it using wireless communication technologies, such as cellular networks, satellite communication, or IoT (Internet of Things) networks. The transmitted data is received by a central server or cloud-based platform. The server stores the data and processes it to extract relevant information, such as location coordinates, sensor readings, and timestamps. Users can access cargo tracking information through web-based portals or mobile applications. These applications provide a user-friendly interface to view real-time tracking data, configure settings, set up alerts, and generate reports. The Electronic Cargo Tracking System enables real-time monitoring of the cargo's location, environmental conditions, and other relevant parameters. Users can receive alerts or notifications via email, SMS, or push notifications if any predefined events or thresholds are triggered, such as unauthorized access, deviation from the planned route, or abnormal sensor readings. Users can generate reports to assess compliance, quality control, and other key performance indicators. Smart cargo tracking systems can integrate with other systems like transportation management systems (TMS), warehouse management systems (WMS), or enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.


Logistics and Transportation



Retail and E-commerce

Energy and Oil Industry

Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare

Banking and Financial Services

Chemical and Hazardous Materials

Food and Beverage


Implementing an Electronic Tracking System may come with challenges, such as initial setup costs, selecting the right technology and devices, integrating with existing systems, and addressing privacy and data security concerns. Additionally, ensuring compatibility and interoperability with various carriers and stakeholders can be complex.
The time taken to implement an Electronic Tracking System can vary depending on several factors, including system complexity, the organizational size, the integration level, and the readiness of existing infrastructure.
Some of the most important factors include system selection and customization, the readiness of the supporting infrastructure, integration with existing systems, training and change management, and regulatory compliance. It's important to conduct a thorough assessment of the organization's needs, engage with ECTS vendors or solution providers, and establish a realistic timeline based on the specific requirements and challenges encountered during implementation.
Some typical customization features available in an Electronic Cargo Tracking System (ECTS) include:  Tracking various parameters associated with cargo, such as location, temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, light exposure, and more, in real-time or at regular intervals, depending on the requirements.  Geofencing to set up specific geofences and receive alerts or notifications when cargo enters or exits these designated areas.  Electronic Tracking System can be customized to provide real-time event notifications or alerts for specific occurrences like an unexpected delay, route deviation, or unauthorized access to the cargo.  ECTS can collect and store data related to cargo movement, including timestamps, location history, and environmental conditions for monitoring, analysis, compliance, or auditing purposes.  ECTS can be customized to integrate with other systems, such as inventory management, supply chain management, or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.  User Access and Permissions: ECTS customization can include user access controls and permissions. It ensures that only authorized personnel can access and modify relevant information.  Customization options may include enhanced data security measures such as encryption, user authentication, and secure data transmission protocols. These measures protect sensitive cargo information from unauthorized access or tampering.  Customization options to develop mobile applications or provide APIs allowing users to access tracking information, receive notifications, and perform relevant actions on their smartphones or integrate the system into their existing software applications
Tracking devices, including GPS receivers, sensors (temperature, humidity, etc.), communication modules (cellular, satellite, RFID, etc.), and power sources (batteries or external power).  Communication infrastructure, including cellular networks, satellite communication, or a combination of both  Central tracking system to receive, process, and store the tracking data from the cargo. It provides functionalities such as data analysis, reporting, event management, and integration with other systems.  User interfaces to allow users to access tracking information, configure settings, view reports, and manage alerts or notifications.  A database or storage system to securely store the tracking data collected from the cargo  Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), and internet connectivity to enable communication between the central tracking system and the tracking devices  Firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems to protect the ECTS infrastructure from unauthorized access and potential security threats.  Access Control and authentication to ensure that only authorized personnel can access the system.  Additionally, users will require data encryption, backup and disaster recovery mechanisms, and design for scalability and redundancy. The specific IT infrastructure requirements may vary based on the scale and complexity of the ECTS implementation, and the specific needs of the organization deploying the system.
While ECTS can significantly reduce the risk of cargo theft by providing real-time tracking and alerts, it cannot guarantee complete prevention. However, the Sepio tracking system's ability to monitor cargo, detect unauthorized access, and trigger alarms can act as a deterrent and enable rapid response to minimize losses.
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