How connectivity is driving the logistics industry
No sector is more familiar with the advantages of connected technology than transport and logistics. But where is the industry headed now? How is it adapting to the new challenges and emerging opportunities this decade presents?
When it comes to logistics, AI’s applications range from simple tasks like optimised freight route-mapping, to the more experimental, such as Google’s Tossing Bot1: a robot arm powered by machine learning technology. Read more.
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Modern smart communities are being built on a foundation of connected asset management using IoT sensor and control technologies. Joe Powell, Key Account Manager – Government & Healthcare at Panasonic TOUGHBOOK takes a closer look.