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Sensors that can monitor the condition of products in shipment and cloud platforms that can optimize delivery routes are just some of the technologies that are currently disrupting the way supply chains are managed.


BlackBerry intros Radar H2 telematics device for freight and shipping companies

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BlackBerry on Monday launched BlackBerry Radar H2, a new data-driven asset monitoring device for freight and shipping companies. BlackBerry's Radar platform offers IoT logistics and asset tracking to give fleet managers an aggregate view of operations in near real-time. The latest offering is an add-on device that expands the core capabilities of the Radar-M trailer telematics product. This ebook, based on the latest ZDNet / TechRepublic special feature, explores how infrastructure around the world is being linked together via sensors, machine learning and analytics. BlackBerry said Radar H2 helps automate operations, and improve utilization of trailers, containers, chassis and other remote assets.


The top 10 IoT Use Cases

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In 2021, the average large manufacturing, healthcare, automotive, retail, or energy company has rolled out eight different IoT use cases, according to IoT Analytics' latest IoT Use Case Adoption Report. The 430-page report, which is part of IoT Analytics' ongoing market coverage of IoT applications, is the first such in-depth report and is based on 200 interviews with IoT end users who have rolled out more than 1,600 IoT projects over the last few years across 48 different IoT use cases. The report shows where companies have been investing and are planning to invest, which industries and regions are ahead, and which use cases promise the highest ROI. Oil and gas companies and energy companies are ahead of others. They have rolled out an average of 15 use cases. Make no mistake: For many companies, IoT is still a small fraction of their business.


How AI and IoT devices will revolutionize supply chain logistics and management

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As with many other areas of the economy, the digital revolution is having a profound effect on delivery logistics. One of the most popular methods for fulfilling deliveries today is through third-party logistics, which involves any company that provides outsourced services to move products and resources from one area to another. Third-party logistics, or 3PL, can be one service, such as transportation or a warehouse, or an entire system that maintains the whole supply chain. But the IoT is going to change how this process operates. Below, we've outlined the impact of IoT on supply chain, and how IoT management will transform inventory, logistics, manufacturing, and more.


How AI and IoT devices will revolutionize supply chain logistics and management

#artificialintelligence

As with many other areas of the economy, the digital revolution is having a profound effect on delivery logistics. One of the most popular methods for fulfilling deliveries today is through third-party logistics, which involves any company that provides outsourced services to move products and resources from one area to another. Third-party logistics, or 3PL, can be one service, such as transportation or a warehouse, or an entire system that maintains the whole supply chain. But the IoT is going to change how this process operates. Below, we've outlined the impact of IoT on supply chain, and how IoT management will transform inventory, logistics, manufacturing, and more.