Logistics Startup of the Month: Skyspace Cargo

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Every month we select one logistics startup which represents a positive example of innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain and has the potential to alter the way the industry operates. This month, Transmetrics selected Skyspace Cargo, the world’s leading air cargo booking platform, as the “Logistics Startup of the Month” for its remarkable contribution to air cargo innovation.

In order to learn more about the company and what makes Skyspace unique, we have talked with Toby Raworth, CEO at Skyspace Cargo, about the startup’s journey and what’s ahead for the air cargo sector.

How 5G Networks Will Create a New Era of Connected Logistics

How 5G Networks Will Create a New Era of Connected Logistics

Since its introduction, 5G has quickly become the hot topic of every industry, and for good reason. By 2025, 5G networks are expected to cover one-third of the world’s population, and a 5G economy study found that by 2035, 5G could potentially enable up to $13.2 trillion worth of goods and services and create up to 22 million new jobs.

But what exactly is 5G, and why is it going to make such a difference in the way the world works? You might remember that with 3G, or the third generation of cellular technology, mobile data has been pushed forward, and 4G brought in a new era of mobile broadband. Now, 5G — the fifth mobile generation — will usher in the highest mobile connection speeds and lowest latency rates ever recorded. The new levels of connectivity created by 5G have the potential to impact nearly every industry, making fully-remote healthcare, smart cities, digitized logistics, and more into a way of life.

Logistics Startup of the Month: Cloudleaf

Logistics Startup of the Month: Cloudleaf

Every month we select one logistics startup which represents a positive example of innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain and has the potential to alter the way the industry operates. This month, Transmetrics selected Cloudleaf, a digital visibility provider, as the “Logistics Startup of the Month” for its outstanding contribution to the supply chain virtualization.

In order to learn more about the company and what makes Cloudleaf unique, we have talked with Lisa Magnuson, CMO at Cloudleaf, about the startup’s journey and how digital twins can transform the supply chain.

FedEx Surround – It Is All About Microsoft vs. Amazon but the Winner Is…. Logistics

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In May 2020, the CEOs of FedEx and Microsoft announced a partnership aiming to “revolutionize commerce”, “transform logistics”, etc. The aim of this initiative seems to be not only to enhance the capabilities of both parties but also to rival a common enemy. Dimitar Pavlov, Head of Business Development at Transmetrics, discusses the implications of the partnership as well as the hidden potential for the logistics industry.

Logistics Startup of the Month: Carrypicker

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Every month we select one logistics startup which represents a positive example of innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain and has the potential to alter the way the industry operates. This month, Transmetrics selected Carrypicker, an innovative logistics optimization solution, as the “Logistics Startup of the Month” for its remarkable achievements at transport capacity utilization.

In order to learn more about the company and what makes Carrypicker unique, we have talked with Andreas Karanas, Founder and CEO at Carrypicker, about the startup’s journey and how does AI create a long-needed landscape for the powerful transport optimization.

Transmetrics Launches AI-Driven Logistics Project Backed by EU’s Horizon 2020

Transmetrics Launches AI-Driven Logistics Project Backed by EU’s Horizon 2020

Predictive optimization company seeks beta users after receiving €1.67 million in grant funding.

Brussels/Sofia, 14 May 2020Transmetrics, a leading software provider of predictive optimization solutions for the logistics industry, currently seeks beta users and partners for its EU’s Horizon 2020 funded project. The company’s announcement comes after receiving a €1.67 million grant from the European Commission in the European Innovation Council Accelerator (EIC) programme. This grant funds the development of Transmetrics’ AI-driven logistics optimization software, which supports planning processes and improves the utilization of resources.