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FreeWave Technologies partners with McQ Inc to deliver robust low power video streaming in rugged environments

FreeWave Technologies, specialists in industrial, secure Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networking solutions, are partnering with sensor technology and remote monitoring and surveillance firm McQ Inc. (more…)

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WKM appoints Annie Turner as Editor of IoT Now Transport as the brand expands

WKM Global, the publisher of IoT-Now.com and sister site, IoTNowTransport.com, has appointed Annie Turner to the newly-created post of Editor of IoT Now Transport. (more…)

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New research from Capgemini shows the automotive industry could gain $160 billion through smart factory adoption by 2023 onwards

Capgemini announced a new report by its digital transformation institute, which reveals that the automotive industry can expect to achieve $160bn (€132.52bn) in productivity gains annually from smart factory adoption from 2023 onwards. (more…)

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Location, location, location: How distributed warehousing can secure the future of the supply chain

Warehousing as a service is enabling a distributed warehousing model that can meet customer demand and enable low risk expansion, says Charlie Pool, CEO, Stowga.

Instant gratification

In a responsive retail business, supply chain optimisation has become a continuous process. In a bid to meet customers’ continually increasing demands for rapid delivery, diverse delivery locations and simple returns processes, companies are modelling transportation routes and costs, assessing customer locations, the costs of fulfilling customer demands and, of course, the cost of storage. Yet while many aspects of the supply chain process are incredibly flexible, especially with the arrival of innovative delivery providers, there is one aspect of fulfilment that is placing a significant and costly constraint over essential retail innovation: warehouse location.
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How the Internet of Things is transforming the supply chain: Part 2, Future solutions

In the previous part we discussed about IoT applications. In this part we are discuss about the future solutions.

Future solutions

Autonomous Vehicles – There are already some interesting developments that could have an impact much sooner than people think. One example was the trial of unmanned delivery vehicles in Greenwich, London by Ocado and Oxbotica which delivered to over one hundred residential customers. (more…)

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If you’re feeling connected car sick maybe a dose of Admirals will help

Vodafone’s telematics are helping car insurer Admiral to evaluate each driver’s risk factor. Great idea, but could telematics go further to protect us? The new Admiral LittleBox is the vehicle to take us to a new age of Usage Based Insurance (UBI), they say. (more…)

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SIMalliance members report shipments of 4.9bn SIMs in 2017, while estimated SIM market increases to 5.6bn units

Data reported by SIMalliance shows that the collective SIM shipments of its members in 2017, which represented approximately 88% of the global SIM market, equalled 4.9 billion units. SIMalliance confirms that over the same period, the estimated total available global market for SIM cards has grown by 2.75%, with units rising from 5.45 billion to 5.6 billion. (more…)

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How the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the supply chain: Part – 1, IoT applications

New technologies and the Internet of Things have impacted many sectors, such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture and more. Supply Chain though is an industry that is not discussed as much, but it faces many challenges that can be solved with the power of IoT. (more…)

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The human side of IoT Transport

With the increasing adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), some social commentators believe we are now approaching a “post-human” period of our earthly existence, which may fuel fear among us mere mortals. Antony Savvas says IoT and AI will, hopefully, continue to require a human touch.
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AXIT and GateHouse Logistics establish technology partnership for greater supply chain precision

The AX4 logistics platform will now offer even greater precision in estimating the arrival times of commercial and industrial shipments. That’s thanks to a new technology partnership between AX4 provider AXIT and Danish company GateHouse Logistics, which runs the telematics data platform ghTrack. (more…)

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