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NVIDIA | March 01, 2020
NVIDIA is helping the transportation industry by giving it access to its deep neural networks (DNNs) for autonomous vehicles. NVIDIA is providing access to its AI (artificial intelligence) model and introducing advanced training tools. This helps the company to strengthen its end-to-end platform for autonomous vehicle development and, eventually, deployment. Automakers and other companies that develop autonomous vehicles (AVs) on the NVIDIA GPU Cloud container registry will get access. NVIDIA DR...
Blume Global | March 30, 2021
Blume Global, a leader in digital supply chain solutions, today authoritatively reported Blume Maps, a digital twin of the world's supply chain fueled by patented technology that produces precise lead times and ETAs.
With Blume Maps, arranging a freight shipment's course and changing course during the excursion if issues emerge is pretty much as normal as utilizing a route application during a family road trip.
Shippers and 3PLs depend on Blume Maps to produ...
SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY
TransImpact | September 08, 2021
TransImpact announces the launch of its new Parcel Spend Intelligence software developed to help shippers improve visibility and make better decisions about the billions of parcels shipped each year. Parcel Spend Intelligence analyzes the data that inundates logistics systems and converts it into meaningful dashboards and actionable insights that empower shippers to lower costs, gain control of their carrier relationships, and delight customers.
A feature unique to Parcel Spend In...
Amazon | January 14, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) selected nine companies to participate in its Section 321 Data Pilot, which collects detailed cargo data from shippers in advance of cargo arriving to a port of entry, according to a press release on Jan. 8. The companies are Amazon, BoxC Logistics, DHL, eBay, FedEx, PreClear, UPS, XB Fulfillment and Zulily. The participants will provide cargo origin, content, tracking, recipient and other information to CBP upfront (in addition to what is legally require...
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