Data logger ASPION G-Log

DATA logger ASPION G-Log

The ASPION G-Log DATA logger allows you to record triaxial shocks, temperature and humidity changes during shipping, with data transmission via the cloud.

Strengths of ASPION G-Log:
  • Transparency and safety of the logistics chain, quality assurance
  • Reliable 3-axis shock recording, temperature and relative humidity with date and time
  • Constantly traceable transport conditions
  • Documentary evidence for customers, service providers and insurance companies
Using ASPION G-Log:


  • Create a profile with the threshold values, any shocks and climatic values
  • Activate the ASPION recorder via the PC software and the wireless card reader via NFC

       Before delivery to the carrier:

  • Place the recorder on the packaging to be monitored

      Arrival from the client:

  • Perform ASPION recorder reading via smartphone app with NFC / BLE and the position is detected

      Parallel to the headquarters

  • upon reading of the data contained in the ASPION recorder via smartphone with app, automatic transmission to the cloud takes place for the analysis of transport data
 ASPION G-log, all the power of the cloud to track goods:
  • High-performance PC software for drive and data analysis
  • Ease of operation and management, no training required
  • Recorders with customizable settings and management (e.g. start / stop, time zone, app view …)
  • App for smartphones (iOS and Android) available in the related virtual stores and in the posters produced via qr code
  • Location information when reading via app
  • Multiple data access for multiple users via network functions
  • Software available in German, English, Italian and Chinese
  • Software and apps available without a license
ASPION Premium
  • Instant data availability via cloud transfer immediately after reading
  • Password protected secure data transfer
  • Cloud ASPION hosted in German TÜV certified data center

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