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Chip to read with your smartphone to see if a parcel has been "brutalized" during transport

All received packages that we take good by signing quickly that the driver tends always in a hurry. In doing so, no real verification of the package and especially no idea of the state of what is inside. This is where comes "Droptag," an inexpensive chip that records the hectic life of a package and can be read with their iPhone.



So you know, without contact and in a few seconds if the package is dropped or if it suffered damage during transport, especially when practice takes possession feverishly the last iPad or other expensive electronic gadget:

These chips use the latest wireless protocol Bluetooth (the 4), are powered by a wristwatch battery that offers them weeks of life as they consume very little energy. In addition they are advertised as inexpensive 2 $ in quantity.

We can imagine a use for both the consumer and the carrier who could intercept fragile parcels have been severely tested before they are shipped.

Explanation and video demo  


Chip to read with your smartphone to see if a parcel has been "brutalized" during transport Chip to read with your smartphone to see if a parcel has been "brutalized" during transport مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 8:30 PM تصنيف: 5