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[INFOGRAPHIC] Industry 4.0: Powered by the Internet of Things & Digital Manufacturing

Cerasis

Shippers, especially manufacturing companies, are then empowered further by the convergence of technology. recap the Internet of Things, and how together the Internet of Things and Digital Manufacturing will propel us all into the future. And we need to learn new security protocols.

Why Blockchain Within The Supply Chain Makes Perfect Sense

Cerasis

Multiple manufacturers, multiple relationships, multiple distribution models, multiple contracts. Instead of having to deal with an ineffective point-to-point communication system like EDI and the complexity of reconciling multiple data sources with multiple permission models, Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) provides a singular mechanism to securely integrate, harmonize, and synchronize data for all participants. from the global economy by 2022.

The Internet of Things is over 30 Years Old and still in Its Infancy

Enterra Insights

He explains, “Robert Gordon argues that, with the exception of a decade starting in the mid-1990s, information networks have not driven productivity in the way that electricity transformed the American manufacturing sector in the 20th Century. But some believe now that IoT can boost productivity growth by increasing the efficiency of traditional business operations such as manufacturing, transportation, and retail.”

5 Disruptions Shaping the Digital Transformation in Distribution and Logistics

Supply Chain Nation

Manufacturing and retail transformations, technology disruptions and digitalization of data have redefined the roles of distributors and third party logistics (3PLs). Digital Transformations in the Manufacturing and Retail Industries.