Tomorrow’s world looms as supply chains plug in to the Internet of Things

November 15, 2018 Alex Lennane

The push for the use of IoT solutions in logistics is gaining momentum, as operators sense the potential for new applications that could be game-changers for the industry, while technology providers see fertile openings for their offerings.
For example, Hanhaa, a UK-based technology firm that focuses on IoT solutions, in September announced a partnership with iD Commerce + Logistics to set up a US hub for the management of the British ...

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