Barcelona, October 23, 2020.- The present of transport and logistics companies, within any supply chain, is technology to gain competitiveness, efficiency and security. We need to control all sources of information, all types of data, in any format. And then, interpret the large volume of figures and data to extract business decisions, day by day. Here is an Information Age report on different success stories in the implementation of artifical intelligence in supply chain companies:Continue reading “Success stories of the implementation of artificial intelligence in #logistics, #transportation, #supplychain”
Barcelona, November 6, 2018.- Dresner Advisory Services has made public: 2018 IoT Intelligence® Market Study (in its 4th year of publication). Each company in the supply chain will have a vision about business intelligence in IoT. Next we highlight (thanks to Forbes) some reflections on this study that may be valid for any type of company.
Barcelona, October 8, 2018.- The US trade wars with other economic powers seem to positively affect the American economy. At the moment The American logistics operators struggle to attract new employees and respond to the high demand for consumer products. According to WSJ:
Barcelona, August 23, 2018.- Maersk is going to carry out a pilot test to check whether the Arctic may or may not be a viable maritime route, nowadays. If Maersk invests in this test he probably already has indications that this is possible.
For this reason, we ask ourselves what logistical consequences it would have for the intercontinental routes and for land, water and rail transport. If new maritime routes are discovered, it will directly impact on the rest of the modes of transport. A reality perhaps closer than what we presume today. While we consider this scenario in the medium to long term, let us know in detail the pilot test of Maersk in the information published by The Independent (UK).
Barcelona, July 12, 2018.- The European Union has published an extensive report on the transport sector. Antecedents, the present and the future in materia of new norms to make it more competitive and efficient. We publish a summary in two reports.
Barcelona, June 22, 2018.- The World Economic Forum has published a recent analysis that explains the consequences of the fourth industrial revolution (4.0). We have jumped from 2.0 to 4.0 in very few years. Technology is the engine that moves our society and we must assimilate it with total naturalness. Software takes on a very important role and its development helps to achieve the best challenges. According to the World Economic Forum although we have only seen the beginning, one thing is already clear: the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the greatest transformation human civilization has ever known. As far-reaching as the previous industrial revolutions were, they never set free such enormous transformative power.