Alibaba is perhaps the biggest adopter of enterprise machine learning. They've used ML in warehouses to increase productivity by 70 percent.
There are two distinct approaches that will work in unison to meet the growing energy demands of our urban future: passive design...
Blockchain and IoT can be integrated to address issues with transparency, record verification for the logistics sector.
IoT is typically associated with smart homes or vehicles. One compelling (but perhaps lesser known) use case is asset tracking. IoT can enable items to be tracked anywhere at any time. It can also provide valuable information on the item’s state and environment, including the level of humidity or light exposure, or evidence of tampering.
What are the autonomous driving levels? They're a way of categorizing AV technology from fully human control (level 0) to full autonomy (level 5).
By enabling flexible connectivity and data exchange between billions of assets and processes, IoT represents a tremendous opportunity for businesses.
IIoT applications in logistics can mitigate global hunger by using asset tracking sensors to ensure complete integrity and quality during transportation.
IoT and "digital twins" will assist in sorting food products nearing their "best-before" dates, allowing retails to give food to hunger-stricken populations.
The passenger economy is what emerges when autonomous vehicles promote new kinds of markets and industries. It creates new opportunities for businesses to grow, reach customers in new ways, provide new kinds of services, and capitalize off of the passenger experience in unprecedented ways.
American commuters spend roughly 250 hours per year inside their car, the equivalent of six 40-hour work weeks annually. The passenger economy—a new term...