Huawei and Deutsche Post DHL Take on Connected Logistics Market

| February 24, 2017

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Huawei Technologies, a global information and communications technology provider, and Deutsche Post DHL Group have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a range of supply-chain solutions for customers using industrial-grade Internet of Things hardware and infrastructure.The Internet of Things could generate $1.9 trillion in additional value for the global logistics industry by 2025, enabling operators to better monitor and optimize their supply chain processes with low-cost networked sensors and devices. Under the MOU, Huawei and Deutsche Post DHL Group will collaborate on innovation projects focusing on cellular-based Internet of Things technology, which can connect large volumes of devices across long distances with minimal power consumption. The greater connectivity can deliver a more integrated logistics value chain by providing critical data and visibility in warehousing operations, freight transportation, and last-mile delivery.

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