Zenvus Loci Demos – Website Revealed

Zenvus Loci Demos – Website Revealed

We have sent many packages across major cities with Zenvus Loci as part of our product final qualification. To our partners, our team will be happy to do demos with you this week. We are still using 3D printed prototypes with soft ABS – the final manufactured ones will be super-neater and -harder with actual hard ABS plastics.

Loci is a disposable or reusable package GPS that you can put in a briefcase, cargo, personnel, etc and monitor in real time its location. We see opportunities in tracking the specific cargoes (not just the trucks), ecommerce shipments, security guards, equipment on transit, law enforcement (police, army, etc), human (child, oil workers, etc), luggage (individuals shipping via buses, personal air travel luggage, etc), vehicles (no installation), etc. It is cheaper than anything in the market and it is rechargeable with USB.

For example, to track a car, one does not need a mechanic for all the complex wiring: just drop it anywhere inside the car (booth, under seat, etc) but make sure say every week to recharge it.  And if you are sending a package using a luxury bus (like ABC Transport in Nigeria), you can put the device inside the package to know where it is on the way. It requires extremely affordable monthly subscription to use. Loci is an ecosystem with analytics, API and inventory management solutions.

We invite partners that want demos to reach out to our team here.

Loci360.com: This is where the items are tracked.

From Guest view tracking – it provides info on the battery usage

This is Zenvus Loci


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