Tech Giants Disrupting Logistics: an Example of Uber and Amazon

Tech Giants Disrupting Logistics: an Example of Uber and Amazon

Nowadays, we often come across the news about small and large tech companies entering the logistics market with an idea to improve some parts of it through the latest technology, which pushes the current logistics players to keep innovating in order to stay competitive. Although many companies claim that they will disrupt the industry, which is estimated to reach US$12,256 billion in Global Market Worth by 2022, only a few of them actually have the power to do so. During the last year, Transmetrics Blog mentioned several innovations from Uber and Amazon and discussed what kind of value both of the tech giants could possibly bring to logistics.

Each of them has a different approach on how to improve efficiency and take advantage of market opportunities, but there is one thing which is common in their strategies: data analytics and technological advancement is the key. Take a look at the following infographics by Trademachines which presents and compares how Amazon & Uber are trying to change logistics through autonomous trucks and cars, delivery drones, on-demand services and other innovations.


About the author: Molly Connell is a part of the Berlin startup scene. Being responsible for Online Marketing at Trademachines, the Berlin-based, fast-growing online startup – the search engine for used machinery – her job is to enhance brand awareness and visibility. She and her team regularly publish fresh and intriguing articles and infographics that offer a unique insight into the topic.