The IoT for Transport & Logistics Summit will showcase how IoT is enabling transport and logistics companies to keep track of where everything is, and the way T&L firms function - cutting costs, increasing efficiency, and creating new revenue possibilities.
It will also highlight the disruptive forces that are reshaping the industry, enabling new competitors to emerge, and creating structural shifts that need to be navigated for survival.
The IoT for Transport & Logistics Summit is the “must attend” event for CIOs, COOs, and heads of transportation, distribution, logistics, supply chain and experts from across the industry spectrum as well as their suppliers and disruptor’s to examine the future impact of digitalisation -and to discuss requirements, gaps and opportunities for leveraging emerging technologies to drive broader transformation.
DHL predicts the utilisation of the IoT in supply chains and logistics could generate $1.9 trillion in value for the industry over the next decade.
The EXPO area will be a showcase of latest technologies and solutions. With extended networking breaks scheduled to take place in the exhibition area, this is a great opportunity to engage with a captive audience, create awareness around your solutions and generate leads.
There’s much more to the IoT story, and more specifically, its impact on the supply chain and logistics. Find out more by attending this summit - it will change your mindset.
David Rogers, Chairman, Asia Pacific Logistics Federation
Transport as a service is a disruptive force that will impact everything from public transport through to real estate prices, which is why Cogent Ventures is making this our investment focus. This Summit is an opportunity to explore what the future holds and where opportunities will emerge.
Mark Wells, CEO at Cogent and Investment Director, Cogent Ventures
Digitalisation of the supply chain will bring significant disruption – new entrants, new solutions will drive new thinking – for me it’s really important to be part of the conversation and meet with peers and thought leaders to understand what the future might bring!
Charlie Macdonald, Chief Information Officer Australia New Zealand, DB Schenker
Technology is moving at an unprecedented pace in the transport industry - autonomous vehicles, fatigue management, ordering and fulfilment, and road and traffic management systems. If operators don't keep up they risk losing ground to competitors, or going out of business altogether.
Peter Anderson, CEO, Victorian Transport Association
The rise of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and the improvements in self driving technology is set to revolutionize the transportation and logistics industries.
Jonathan Camhi, Senior Research Analyst, BI Intelligence
The rise of IoT and Big Data and the simultaneous development of autonomous vehicles heralds a new disruption to the logistics industry, one in which humans are removed from the handling and transport of freight. The new role of management and staff will be to choose and maintain the
digital platform on which the autonomous logistics chain runs.
Daily Cargo News