AI and humans: Planning supply chains together

Kinaxis

Artificial intelligence (AI) isn’t just reserved for sci-fi movies anymore – it's becoming part of our everyday lives.Enterprises that are able to harness AI's full potential will likely thrive into the future while those that choose not to embrace it will be left behind.What will the rise of AI mean for the supply chain? Will AI assume control while the human element is sent packing? Quite the opposite. Machine-enabled intelligence will augment human intelligence to help planners make more informed decisions faster and with more confidence.
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Digital platforms provide the basis for tool-assisted development and efficient operation of software-based vehicle functions and thus pave the way for various new use cases and business models. The platforms create an ecosystem that must serve as an attractive environment offering added value to both parties – i.e. the provider and the user of services. With PANTARIS, ETAS has developed a solution that is tailored to the specific requirements of the automotive sector. This enables faster development of new functions and easier integration of these functions into the vehicle.

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Supply Chain Sustainability 2022 Event Series in Partnership with

Sustainable procurement is undoubtedly rising as a key driver of supply chain sustainability. Buyers have a strategic positioning as they face suppliers and are positioned quite upstream in the value chain. Collaboration is key with both internal and external stakeholders. But the topic is so broad, time- and effort-consuming, under increasing and accelerating regulation pressure that buyers barely know where to start and how to pitch the business case. In this series of interactive events, you will learn about practical cases from our experts and panelists from various industries and backgrounds and ultimately be armed to initiate or pursue the change of mindset in your purchasing organization.
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Blockchain with Machine Learning Powered by Big Data: Trimble Transportation Enterprise

Hortonworks

Trimble Transportation Enterprise is a leading provider of enterprise software to over 2,000 transportation and logistics companies. They have designed an architecture that leverages Hortonworks Big Data solutions and Machine Learning models to power up multiple Blockchains, which improves operational efficiency, cuts down costs and enables building strategic partnerships.
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DIGITIZE & OPTIMIZE MULTI-TIER AUTOMOTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CHAINS

To manage today’s complexities, current systems are forcing functional groups to resolve problems with outdated processes and approaches.This leads to poor product mix, lower margins, higher buffer inventories, unnecessary premium freight, low productivity and sub-optimal optimization.
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Top trends series: upping the game in mobility and logistics

Intelligent Transport

Other discussions were based on logistics and platooning. Speakers delved into ERTICO’s AEOLIXproject which leverages digital technologies to improve efficiency and to contribute to transport and logistics digitalisation of goods supply chains in Europe. As well as ENSEMBLE, an H2020 project using ITS-G5 technologies, that is paving the way for the adoption of multi-brand truck platooning, to assist drivers and improve traffic safety.
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Digital platforms provide the basis for tool-assisted development and efficient operation of software-based vehicle functions and thus pave the way for various new use cases and business models. The platforms create an ecosystem that must serve as an attractive environment offering added value to both parties – i.e. the provider and the user of services. With PANTARIS, ETAS has developed a solution that is tailored to the specific requirements of the automotive sector. This enables faster development of new functions and easier integration of these functions into the vehicle.

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