Commercial Drones and Energy Harvesting Technologies Reshaping Industries

TechVision

Sensor technologies are already signaling transformation across different applications and are expected to bring changes more significantly in the future. Innovative sensor technology is expected to disrupt existing business models and applications. Industries are continuously intermingling with one another to develop innovative products and services to satisfy the discerning needs of consumers. Regulations play a vital role in the adoption of technology, especially drone and energy-harvesting technologies. Therefore, it’s imperative that companies review their portfolio and build their innovation pipeline of sensor technologies and customized products to be ready for the future in line with regulations, and consumer and business demands.
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10 Best Practices for Automating Your Dispatch and Delivery Operations

Bringg

This webinar covers the most important issues regarding dispatch and delivery:How to handle multiple delivery models, including in-house, 3PL and crowdsourcing.How to find the balance between automated and manual delivery operations.How to build or level up your dispatch and delivery operations.
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Pallets: Supporting Product, Processes and the Enterprise

Modern Materials Handling

Pallets do the same job as ever, but the nature of that job is changing. Pallet management practices are shifting toward an emphasis on reusability as more companies establish in-house pallet pools. The cost-per-use equation is also including more factors, while providers of pallets and services are adapting their approaches to meet customer demands.
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Managing Supplier Risk and Disruption in the Supply Chain

GEP

Understanding and proactively managing supplier risk is a key step toward minimizing supply chain disruption. But it’s easier said than done. For many procurement organizations, the lack of mature practices and confusion about the right technology solution are the biggest obstacles to adopting and driving truly effective supplier risk management.In this webcast presented by GEP and SIG, procurement experts discuss the essential components underpinning a successful supplier risk management program. They also examine the role of technology and digitalization in accelerating supplier risk management.
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Uncover the Hidden Supply Chain Job Market

APICS

Attend this SCM Live webinar to learn more from the author of the “Professional Development” department. He will describe the types of companies that typically choose not to post their job openings so you can develop a system for exploring these hidden job opportunities optimize your ability to attract employers and recruiters.
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If you're planning on visiting Oslo for a sightseeing trip, it might be wise to start saving in order to use the city's costly public transportation system. According to a list compiled by "The Richest", the Norwegian capital has the world's highest price for a single ticket on its transportation network at $5.12 in early 2014.

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