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SensorLogic Announces One-Step Asset Tracking

By Anil Sharma June 21, 2010
SensorLogic, Inc., a provider of platform and application software for cloud-based asset visibility solutions, has announced one-step asset tracking.


Officials with SensorLogic said that application developers can now easily create asset tracking applications by simply cutting and pasting two lines of JavaScript code from any of its pre-built Widgets onto any Web page.


According to company officials, this single step, best-of-breed capability enables systems integrators, software vendors and any application developer to create powerful asset tracking applications, involving any business asset, quickly and easily. 


Company officials said that available immediately, as part of Cirrus, the company's Platform-as-a-Service for asset tracking applications, the new Widget enhancements accelerate the tracking of assets far beyond any other platform on the market today, while ensuring developer control and investment protection.


"Cirrus is architected to dramatically accelerate the deployment of an asset tracking application, while ensuring that the developer retains complete control over building an app specific to their business need," said John McNulty, CTO and vice president of development at SensorLogic, in a statement. 


McNulty said that Cirrus supports any Web-based development environment, Web services APIs and complex event and business logic, enabling the development and deployment of powerful, asset tracking applications, no matter how complex the business process.


Company officials said that Cirrus supports a full complement of prebuilt Widgets, including maps, radial and polygonal geofences, dashboards and devices.
By cutting and pasting JavaScript code onto any Web page, the developer is able to create an asset tracking application quickly, providing a solution that addresses common business problems ranging from retail goods shrinkage to cargo theft and fleet vehicle loss.


The SensorLogic Cirrus Platform is available immediately with subscription plans that allow customers to create low risk deployments that produce immediate return-on-investment.

Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for IoTevolutionworld. To read more of Anil's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Marisa Torrieri

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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