Will Robotics Emerging Technology Improve Logistical Efficiency?

AFFLINK

Among other things, the article reports that remotely-operated vessels will be common by 2030, semi-autonomous trucks will probably be common on American roads in five to 10 years, and the number of commercial drones will be 10 times higher in 2021 than 2017.

World’s Top Green Businesses Revealed

Material Handling & Logistics

"Leadership on environmental issues, shown by a recent ranking of companies based on environmental policies, goes "hand in hand with being a successful and profitable business,” says CDP which curates the list.

Artificial Intelligence Implementation Lags the Hype

Enterra Insights

He explains “Artificial intelligence has the potential to incrementally add 16 percent or around $13 trillion by 2030 to current global economic output — an annual average contribution to productivity growth of about 1.2 percent between now and 2030, according to a September 2018 report by the McKinsey Global Institute on the impact of AI on the world economy.”[5] by 2021.”

Green Solutions in Trucking Industry

GTG Technology Group

While the EPA has given the trucking industry until 2021 to fully comply with the new set of standards, the state of California has already begun its green overhaul of the industry.

Global electric vehicle demand drives scramble for fresh supplies of vital metals

EFT

Investment bank Goldman Sachs predicts that sales of batteries to power EVs will rise from under $10 billion to $60 billion by 2030, which will require that the global availability of battery metals expands to meet swelling demand.

Human/Machine Collaboration in the Workplace

Enterra Insights

However, ‘while there may be enough work to maintain full employment to 2030 under most scenarios, the transitions will be very challenging — matching or even exceeding the scale of shifts out of agriculture and manufacturing we have seen in the past.'” billion hours of worker productivity by 2021, according to Gartner. According to tradition, in 1775, Paul Revere rode from Boston to surrounding areas hollering, “The redcoats are coming! The redcoats are coming!”

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