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IoT Agenda—Despite sheer scale and worldwide coverage, modern logistics still faces a number of problems that have yet to be solved, such as tracking components along supply chains.
Supply Chain Dive—Auburn University’s RFID Lab is teaming up with 21 partners ranging from overseas manufacturers to U.S. retailers in a blockchain pilot, the Chain Integration Pilot (CHIP). The lab will share serialized inventory data collected by RFID scanners among all levels of the supply chain, according to Justin Patton, the director of the RFID lab at Auburn.
The Washington Post—Uber says its real strength isn’t in being a taxi alternative. Instead, it is its ability to apply its vast data trove and routing software to rewrite how goods and people move from one place to another, using computer algorithms to remove what tech sees as inefficiencies in the world.
MITSloan—While still in its early phases, 4D printing technology has potential to transform organizations with customized and adaptive solutions for supply chain challenges.
Material Handling & Logistics—A look at the winners of the industry's annual awards honoring innovative and technical merit in forklift and warehouse technology: The International Intralogistics and Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY) Awards.
ThomasNet—Today's smart warehouses feature sensors, robots, monitors, and other components all optimized to help the facility achieve maximum productivity. Smart warehouses are usually substantially more energy-efficient than conventional ones, as well, but they still pose challenges. Here are six of them.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive—ASCM has released its 2019 Supply Chain Salary and Career Survey Report, showcasing a bright outlook for professionals as they reported high job satisfaction, rising salaries and benefits contributing to a healthy work and life balance.
CNBC–Volkswagen has claimed that pre-orders for its ID.3 electric hatchback surpassed 10,000 cars in just 24 hours. VW's Golf-sized ID.3 will officially launch this September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with deliveries in Europe slated for the middle of 2020.
TED Magazine—If your online application is too difficult to wade through, or if you’re not taking advantage of Google My Business™, then you’re missing out on some great new recruits. Here’s how to change that.
Fast Company—A growing number of companies, including some of the world’s largest corporations such as Apple, Walmart, P&G and DowDuPont, have adopted circular economy commitments that could have profound impacts on the way they and their suppliers work.
Supply Chain Dive—The president suggested businesses "go to a new source" and repeated a previous threat to add 25% tariffs to another $325 billion of Chinese imports.