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The use of specialized sensors, unit load devices and broadband connectivity gives today’s air cargo airlines the ability to establish an Internet of Things (IoT) approach to air cargo tracking. Using broadband connectivity for in-flight tracking of time-sensitive and perishable cargo started to emerge with trials conducted by several air cargo carriers in recent years. During this panel discussion, experts representing the various elements of the connected air cargo ecosystem will give insight and updates on how this side of the commercial air transportation industry is embracing connectivity for new applications.
When
Thu, Aug 5, 2021 · 9:00 AM EDT
Presenters
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Tomal Sohorab
Manager, Cargo Solutions Strategy and Business Development, Air Canada Cargo
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Michael Kronenberg
CTO, Able Freight
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Moderator: Woodrow Bellamy III
Editor-in-Chief, Avionics International and Assistant Program Manager, Global Connected Aircraft Summit
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Adam Crossno
CEO, OnAsset Intelligence
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Martijn van Geest
Managing Director, Digital Solutions, Unilode
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