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Enhancing Military Logistics and Supply Chains with Internet of Things Sensor Integration

Enterprise Sensor Integration, Tapestry Solutions’ IoT software platform, has been deployed across major aerospace and defense companies resulting in substantial supply chain cost savings due to increased productivity, asset visibility, and standardization.

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Enterprise Sensor Integration, Tapestry Solutions’ IoT software platform, has been deployed across major aerospace and defense companies resulting in substantial supply chain cost savings due to increased productivity, asset visibility, and standardization.

Can we talk about robots?

Industry leaders discuss the key trends, capabilities and innovations that will shape the future of supply chain software.

Graph Blockchain Limited (“GBC” or “Graph”), a leading-edge technology company providing private blockchain solutions has been focused on the growing need for blockchain data management in the global supply chain logistics market.

Supply chain leaders target inventory, accuracy, and visibility with analytics, but must first escape from limited legacy systems.

Driven by significant advances in sensor technology, mobile computing, mobile data and vehicle connectivity, real-time visibility is no longer limited to aggregate information on stationary items at distribution and warehousing facilities.

Digital transformation is one of the top concerns and areas of focus for C-Level executives, and there is a growing awareness within senior managers that transforming supply chain planning capabilities to take advantage of the emerging technologies will provide a necessary competitive imperative.

In these 2 papers, Elemica provides a quick primer on how to handle complex sourcing events, and how to leverage big data and analytics in your next transportation request-for-quote.

The Internet of Things, or IoT, is moving beyond a catchword to real-world utilization, however, not all stakeholders fully understand this transformative technology, enterprises must lay a solid foundation to ensure success into this rapidly evolving landscape.

Enterprise Sensor Integration or ESI integrates myriad sensor technologies that track, monitor and control assets and workflow processes, ESI also integrates smart Internet-enabled devices, or Internet of Things technologies, into one intelligent and interactive network.

Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity is still early days in warehouses, though several suppliers are coming up with predictive modeling and analytics to optimize DC operations based on granular data from IoT or other data feeds.

When looking to leverage new technology, each warehouse must assess their business and determine the solutions that offer not only best practices that are tried and true for today’s customers, but also understand what new customers may require in the future.

Strategic technology partnership to deliver big data and analytics for retailers, manufacturers and wholesale distributors.

Introducing the “Internet of Goods,” the rapid digitization of the production, sorting and movement of physical products.

Supply Chain Analytics for Dummies, provides you with a handy book full of everything you need to know to get started on your journey.