Former Amazon, Xerox, and Royal Caribbean execs bring real-time supply chain data

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Transparent Path has created a hardware and software platform to provide near-real-time visibility into food products as they travel through the supply chain. This platform consists of IoT sensors that feed a shared and secure data ecosystem, and a predictive analytics module to predict sourcing, transport or supply chain issues before they happen.

Deal Highlights

Supply chain visibility market estimated to be $30B by 2025
Tech partnerships with Intel and Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
Team with experience at Xerox, Microsoft, Royal Caribbean, and Amazon Logistics

The Hardware

For 2020, Transparent Path is using sensors sourced through their technology partner, Intel. These are highly sophisticated devices consisting of 4G LTE gateway radios that connect to small sensors.
Over the next two years their sensor technologies will drastically evolve thanks to printed electronics. Through their relationship with Xeroxโ€™s vaunted Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), their roadmap integrates Xeroxโ€™s engineering skills to create printed sensors that can be scaled to be placed on food packages at volume.


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