Wall Street Journal: Why the global chip shortage is hard to overcome

Barcelona, June 8, 2021.-

Russian airship manufacturer Aerosmena is to launch its lenticular-shaped 600 tonne payload airship in 2024

Barcelona, April 20, 2021.- According to The Aviation Industry Hub, the aircraft has been designed to perform transport and logistics tasks regardless of ground infrastructure with no need for ports, roads, waterways, airports, airfields, railways, hangars or runways. Aerosmena said the “flying saucer” design will make the airship easier to manoeuvre and landing in a crosswind than other airship projects which use a more traditional elongated hull shape.

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77% of surveyed manufacturers have implemented an IIoT solution, with 20% more planning to do so

Barcelona, March 25, 2021.– According to Manufacturing & Logistics IT magazine, the IoT is dominating today’s markets. People spend more than $100 billion a year on smart home devices, but commercial adoption is even more impressive. The industrial IoT (IIoT) not only supports modern manufacturing, but also drives it.

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How do I digitize my transportation company ?>>>> Transportation Management Systems (TMS)

Barcelona, March 11, 2021.- The Logistics Management magazine has published an analysis on the reasons that a transport company has to hire a TMS:

Focused on creating efficiencies, improving supply chain visibility, managing costs, and providing higher levels of customer service, a growing number of shippers continue to invest in transportation management systems (TMS) every year.

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