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5 Things to Know About NextGen Supply Chain Technology & Innovation

In its 2018 Annual Industry Report, MHI advises companies to “think big, but start small” when implementing new technology tools and systems.

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In its 2018 Annual Industry Report, MHI advises companies to “think big, but start small” when implementing new technology tools and systems.

This year’s report features in-depth profiles of the five NextGen innovations having the greatest impact on supply chains; Robotics and Automation, Predictive Analytics, Internet of Things Sensors, Artificial Intelligence, Driverless Vehicles, and Drones.

In a recent interview with Supply Chain Management Review, A.T. Kearney Partner Michael Hu discussed AI's impact on supply chain planning.

This white paper looks at the fundamentals that supply chains need in place in order to achieve real results from Artificial Intelligence implementations.

This paper details how digital technologies are on pace to automate most routine procurement processes within three to five years.

Improving demand forecasting with artificial intelligence is one of the most promising applications for supply chains, but how do the non-traditional methods compare in performance with established forecasting practices?

Neo is not just an algorithm, he’s your best friend, your tireless virtual supply chain assistant, he senses, analyzes, and fixes problems so you can do the important work.

Advances in computing power, communication protocols, and mobile technologies make it possible for the first time to collect and analyze massive amounts of data in real-time, which brings the capabilities in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) from research to business applications.

Gift of $350 million establishes the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, an unprecedented, $1 billion commitment to world-changing breakthroughs and their ethical application.

Artificial Intelligence is already enhancing our lives as consumers, now it is picking up momentum in supply chain management and logistics, and managers should pay close attention as more AI-enhanced solutions emerge.

This study proves that business leaders realize that the benefits of AI today are undeniable - and it will continue to prove itself as a powerful investment for the future, with executives expecting ROI to double in five years and triple in 10 years.

In the race to use AI, many companies have made attempts to implement it, but the results have been disappointing, and despite its benefits when looked at through the lens of a supply chain executive, AI is relatively useless unless it’s able to add value to support better decision-making.

In a joint report, DHL and IBM have evaluated the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in logistics and exposed how it can be best applied to transform the industry.

Dramatic changes to the warehouse are just beginning. Data-driven, flexible and robotic automation solutions help improve performance today while retaining the agility to adapt to tomorrow’s changes.

Parade creates big data and artificial intelligence solutions for transportation companies and extracts business intelligence from real-time and historical data to optimize communication, decision-making, and freight opportunities.