At Transmetrics, we believe that we live in the exciting times when digital disruption is happening in many industries including logistics. We are about to transfer the responsibility of driving to an autopilot powered by Artificial Intelligence in our cars and we are starting to get shipments right to our backyards with drones. As consumers, we already expect free same-day shipping without even thinking about the complexity of delivering goods from the manufacturer to our doorstep. And as a society which lives in the 21st century, we have a right to demand that. Governments and companies have to work closely to develop the legislation and strategies in order to address increased consumer demands by moving towards the renewable energy sources, creating new ways of delivering goods and to achieving seamless collaboration between humans and technologies. As primary users of the logistics services, our society has to embrace the innovations.
Welcome to the July Issue of “Across Logistics” news release, where we are discussing the latest innovation examples in the logistics sector and looking forward to the bright future.
Here is the list of topics in this issue:
- Wärtsilä and DHL pilot in Human and Robot collaboration in the warehouse
- France to ban all petrol and Diesel Vehicles by 2040
- TIP Trailer Services brings electric vans to the urban logistics
- Chinese company pioneers with last mile delivery on rails
- Swedish startup presents a truck without the driver’s cabin