Autonomous shipping

Lloyd's List Maritime Intelligence

Initial proposals for fully-autonomous shipping have reached the clear light of day: remotely-controlled merchant vessels will take longer to bring into operation than had been thought. But the past five years has shown there is real excitement within the maritime community for innovation that will change the way shipping works. Business models will change, trading patterns will change, seafaring will change.Where is Autonomous shipping today, and what technology is under construction to push it further? What developments are under way in the aviation, automotive, and trucking sectors that will have a bearing on how shipping will evolve? How will Autonomous shipping fit with designs for the Autonomous supply chain?
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The thing with technology is that it changes rapidly. Internet of Things (IoT) has proven itself to be one such change that has moved beyond its original vision of enabling smart homes and wearables for consumers to becoming an integral part of global business. Supply chain management and logistics, for example, that have for long relied upon human inputs and capabilities have found a new hero in IoT. The addition of sensors, identity chips, and communication devices that are constantly connected to the cloud and analytics engines have brought a new wave of automation in business that delivers constant feedback and enable better business decision making for organizations of all sizes.

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Capacity, pricing & technology: 2018 European Road Transportation Survey

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We will present the results of a recent carrier survey conducted by Transporeon. More than 1,000 road carriers of all sizes from all industries and from across Europe answered survey questions on these and several other key topics: Carrier expectations about current business conditions and revenue development Transport prices and capacities through 2017 and 2018 The preferred proportion of fixed-contract orders and daily spot market allocation
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Kinaxis

Digitization is here. And it’s re-defining supply chain. Disruptive technologies like advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are converging, bringing together the physical and digital worlds into new digital supply networks. These networks are taking supply chains from siloed and sequential to dynamic and interconnected. But true digital transformation isn’t just about the technology. Industry experts Tim Gaus, Principal at Deloitte, and Trevor Miles, Thought Leader at Kinaxis, explain how digital supply networks, combined with the right organizational change, can move your supply chain to the next level of growth.
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The thing with technology is that it changes rapidly. Internet of Things (IoT) has proven itself to be one such change that has moved beyond its original vision of enabling smart homes and wearables for consumers to becoming an integral part of global business. Supply chain management and logistics, for example, that have for long relied upon human inputs and capabilities have found a new hero in IoT. The addition of sensors, identity chips, and communication devices that are constantly connected to the cloud and analytics engines have brought a new wave of automation in business that delivers constant feedback and enable better business decision making for organizations of all sizes.

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