The cutting-edge technologies powering the warehouse

As global taste for rapid delivery increases, so too does the pressure on those facilitating logistics internationally. Regardless of the scale of operation, says Dean Porter at Zebra Technologies, inventory management is one of the most frequently reported pain points in the warehouse and logistics industries.

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Is RFID the missing link in customer insight?

Retailers are beginning to embrace RFID in-store with a view to transforming stock accuracy. But, while great, there are potentially some even greater benefits of deploying RFID.

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Uncontrollable “mother nature” does not mean uncontrollable business operation

The recent barrage of “nor’easter” storms hitting the East Coast, tornadoes rolling through the South, atmospheric river events and mudslides hitting the West Coast, and thousands still without power in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria —

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IIoT Pick-to-Light leasing model: Game changer in pay-as-you-go scalability

IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) real-time, web-connected leased Pick-to-Light devices are the best choice for more than 90% of the distribution, warehouse, and cellular manufacturing assembly markets. According to Trevor Blumenau, CEO of Voodoo Robotics,

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Uber for trucks causes major disruption for traditional ground logistics and freight brokerage market

Connected trucks will be integral to future logistics and freight operations as smart trucks will be a necessity in smart cities. By 2020, 35 million trucks are expected to be connected with digital freight solutions and autonomous technologies, transforming the trucking industry into a smarter, efficient and more productive sector.

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In it to win it: Start small, scale fast, win big

This is part 3 of our 3 part “in it to win it” series. The series covers system integrators role in IoT and why and how they can win more IoT projects. You can read part 1 and 2 here.

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