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DALLAS: March 14, 2018. Unilode is to provide customers with a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) tag to manage the tracking of its ULD inventory.

Cathay Pacific, Air Canada, Cargolux and AirBridgeCargo are the initial customers of the new program that is being rolled out this year with technology provided by OnAsset.

UNILODE Bluetooth"Unilode Aviation Solutions has decided to accelerate the use of modern technology in its ULD management solutions,” commented Unilode CEO Benoît Dumont.

The company says is it to make public all APIs necessary to avoid locking its customers into proprietary technology while enhancing “interoperability and flexibility”.

According to OnAsset CEO Adam Crossno the two companies have been focusing on making sure the BLE technology is safe, compliant and technically sound: “Our common vision is that [it] should be accessible for all stakeholders in the value chain, so intelligent ULDs can be leveraged by airlines, ground handlers, freight forwarders and shippers.

“This is extremely important because quite often the tracking challenges arise when shipments leave their expected route and are not found where they are expected to be," he added.

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