Monitor it througout storage and transit.
Save it when something goes wrong.

Bringing together the tech to protect your perishables.

We are applying three key technologies to supply chain visibility.
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Secure, continuously-connected sensors continually report location, temperature, humidity, and other data in real-time.

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Sensor data is audited and secured using Intel encryption. Alerts allow partners to preserve product quality & investment.

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Our AI engine will predict when something goes wrong, and prescribe actions to head off risk before it occurs.

Food is a “pennies” business.

Exploding complexity. Growing regulation. Ecosystem stresses. A ballooning population.
The global food industry faces unprecedented pressures. But razor-thin margins discourage innovations that would lead to radical efficiencies and real-time resilience.

Fax paperwork

It’s created a data problem.

Even in 2020, food shipments continue to rely on paper records and fax machines, while data that could create significant efficiencies for food businesses remains locked in disparate systems.

New technologies like “blockchain for food” are trumpeted as solutions, but alone are mere pieces of the puzzle. The technology to reduce the need for paper, faxes, emails and phone calls has long existed — the challenge has been how to fund these technologies when thin margins create risk aversion.

Three technologies working in concert can increase agility, resilience & certainty during uncertain times.

Secure IoT sensors, gathering clean product data and auditing it at the edge, can power predictive algorithms to anticipate supply chain issues before they happen.


This is the Transparent Path opportunity.

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We are food and tech executives on a mission to better secure our supply chain and reduce food loss and financial risk.