Hanhaa Introduces Two New Features To The ParceLive Service
With the influx of new technologies, availability of connectivity and price of components the amount of data accessible to businesses of all kinds has increased dramatically in recent times. From the beginning, Hanhaa’s goal for ParceLive has been to provide a data set that is meaningful, smart, and contributes to the provision of information that leads to actionable insights on a global scale.
This goal in mind Hanhaa is today releasing two new features for the ParceLive service. These features will both increase the amount of relevant data available to users while allowing them to create a more bespoke service for their own supply chain needs.
The first of the new features is shock. The Shock detection feature identifies specific acceleration profiles and determines whether the unit was subject to a sudden impact.
If ParceLive detects a shock it will report back data to the user containing a boolean value indicating the presence of a shock, the acceleration peak value in G (to a max of 15.9 G) and the primary axis on which the shock was detected.
For some time, users of ParceLive have had access to information on the orientation and freefall of a box (if it was dropped). The addition of the ‘Shock feature’ comes after dialogue and feedback from the market, especially those shipping fragile items, that understanding the force upon a shipment was critical.
Andrew Stramentov CEO/ Founder at Rok-Box, specialists in fine art transportation, said of the ParceLive shock feature “The addition of shock, and g force reporting to the ParceLive service is really going to enhance the capability and level of service that we are going to be able to build on top of our products. The ability of ParceLive to report back this data to our customers will let them know almost instantly if any unwanted shocks, and therefore likely damage, has occurred to their art shipments anywhere across the globe”.