Make Way for the Supply Chain Internet of Things (IoT)

Cerasis

A supply chain that is transparent with an open configuration can accept the changes that the Internet of Things or IoT will bring. Learn more to get ready for the next wave of communications: the supply chain internet of things. Please Explain…What is the Supply Chain Internet of Things. The idea seems like a fantasy but look at the Internet of today or even cloud storage. Management of More Data.

15 Improvements by the Deployment of The Internet of Things in the Supply Chain

Cerasis

The list of relevant applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) era technology across multiple industries and market segments continues to grow. Current and future applications have the potential to provide new methods of value creation and sources of revenue streams for companies in the digital age. 11 Improvements by the Deployment of the Internet of Things in the Supply Chain.

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How the Internet of Things (IoT) Can Optimize Fleet Management

The Network Effect

The Internet of Things (IoT) is having a profound impact across the supply chain. The post How the Internet of Things (IoT) Can Optimize Fleet Management appeared first on The Network Effect. Digital Supply Chain Logistics Technology The Network Effect Transportation fleet management internet of things IoT logistics transportation truckingIn this article, Geoff Annesley looks.

The Industrial Internet of Things, Manufacturing, Supply Chain & Logistics: Where Are We & Where Are We Going?

Cerasis

The era of paper-based systems and physically monitoring the supply chain is ending. In place of long paper trails and maintenance schedules, machines with the capacity to communicate their needs and issues via the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) are becoming an essential component of effective processes. In fact, your presence on this website alone indicates use of the industrial internet of things today, but the opportunities are limitless.

[VIDEO] The 10 Most Important Things You Need To Know About The Internet Of Things

Cerasis

With everything connected , will humans be even needed in logistics and supply chain? Will we usher in an era of no process and all strategy? After all, the internet of things is all about process efficiency to decrease costly human error. The Internet of Things, like the White Walkers in Game of Thrones, is coming to manufacturing, supply chain, and logistics. Not really – considering 85% of them will be unsuccessful.

The (Internet of Things) IOT Supply Chain Benefits Now Coming Clearer

Cerasis

The Internet of Things (IoT) seems to be popping up in more conversations throughout the entire supply chain , and more businesses have turned towards IoT experts for guidance on how to take advantage of its benefits. The Internet radically changed how the world communicates. Simple activities and information became instantly available, which eventually led to the creation of the IoT. Most manufacturing processes heavily rely on the use of machinery.

What is the Hyperconnected Era & “The Internet Of Things” and What does it Have to Do with Manufacturing & Logistics?

Cerasis

Editor’s Note: This is our second post in a collaborative blog post series about mobility in manufacturing & logistics along with Catavolt, who helps manufacturing organizations drive operational excellence with mobile apps. Hyperconnectivity is the increasing digital interconnection of people – and things – anytime and anywhere. IoT makes use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips that “talk” to each other. What is an Example of Internet of Things?

The Internet of Things is Nothing New

Logistics Viewpoints

I’ve made the argument before that the Internet of Things is nothing new. In the logistics space, for example, we’ve been taking RF scans and using that data to improve warehouse processes since at least 1975 when McHugh Freeman, an early warehouse management system supplier, began business. Internet protocols make it easier to communicate that sensor data to applications.

New Auto-Id Integration Standard in RFID Could Play A Major Role In Adoption & Proliferation of IoT (Internet of Things)

Cerasis

They offer automated data capture solutions – from project planning and development to implementation and ongoing support post-deployment – for thousands of clients all over the country. In fact, it’s what they’ve done successfully now since 1998 , a testament to the strength of their people and the dedication they have to their customers. The Simplification of Integration Standard to Increase RFID Adoption Laying Ground for Proliferation of IoT.

How the Internet of Things Can Optimize Fleet Management

The Network Effect

The Internet of Things (IoT) is having a profound impact across the supply chain. The post How the Internet of Things Can Optimize Fleet Management appeared first on The Network Effect. Digital Supply Chain Logistics Technology The Network Effect Transportation fleet management internet of things IoT logistics transportation truckingIn this article, Geoff Annesley looks.

Making Internet of Things (IoT) Work in Supply Chain

Talking Logistics

Is anything as over-hyped as the Internet of Things (IoT) right now? That is the main question Kristi Montgomery, VP of Kenco Innovation Labs , will discuss in this episode, where she will also share ten steps to achieving a return on investment (ROI) from IoT. The post Making Internet of Things (IoT) Work in Supply Chain appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Live Episode: Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 12:00 pm ET.

Connecting the Supply Chain through the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

The enormous shift of work from office to home demonstrated the value of connectivity. Since its inception, the Internet has been the primary means of connecting the world — mostly people connections. Today, a larger Internet — the Internet of Things (IoT) — is connecting machines. Admittedly, the distinction between the Internet and the IoT is graying — people and things are being connected at a record pace.

The Internet of Things Changes Logistics in the OEM Spare Parts Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

Logistics Service Providers Logistics Technologies Internet of Things Inventory Management IoT spare parts Spare Parts Supply ChainBy offering IoT-enabled condition monitoring, spare parts, and equipment repair services, equipment OEMs can remotely monitor asset health in their customers’ plants, anticipate failures, order the parts, and often execute repairs before the failure occurs.

Internet of Things and Its Impact on Modern Supply Chains

Descartes

By 2020, over fifty billion objects will be connected by the Internet of Things and 5.8 million of them will be comprised of tracking devices. The IoT is a network of physical objects, embedded with sensors, electronics, and network connectivity, which allow them to collect and exchange data. How does the Internet of Things work? The IoT is enabled by the broadband internet, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

5 Future Applications of the Industrial Internet of Things in Manufacturing & Logistics

Cerasis

Manufacturers are set to invest up to $70 billion in the Industrial Internet of Things ( IIoT ) by 2020, reports John Greenough of Business Insider. The development and deployment of autonomous vehicles, machine-to-machine communication abilities and preventative maintenance could all team up to result in even greater savings in 2016, which will further increase investments for the Industrial Internet of Things. Tracking of Performance.

The Internet of Things and the Retail Industry

C3 Solutions

This article is part of our Retail Program. From a term that came into use in 2009, the Internet of Things (IoT) has come a long way in 10 years. You've no doubt heard about it and likely use it on a daily basis if you own a fitness tracker or smart home gadget of any kind. It refers to the ecosystem of physical objects that are connected to the Internet and use it to communicate. The Internet of Things Explained.

Cognitive Technologies and the Future of the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

We are in the early stages of what many, if not most, analysts believe is a fourth industrial revolution (aka Industry 4.0). The BCG analysts explain, “Today, another workforce transformation is on the horizon as manufacturing experiences a fourth wave of technological advancement: the rise of new digital industrial technologies that are collectively known as Industry 4.0.” Much of the data used to power Industry 4.0 Connecting things (i.e.,

Top 10 Ways Internet of Things and Blockchain Strengthen Supply Chains

C3 Solutions

supply chain management Forbes artificial intelligence Machine Learning Big Data logistics internet of things IoT C3 Yard Blog C3 C3 Blog C3 Solutions Supply Chain C3 Reservations Blockchain AIThis post was originally posted on Forbes.com and written by Louis Columbus, Contributor at Forbes.

The Industrial Side of the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

When the Internet of Things (IoT) was first imagined, the vision was a vast network of connected machines benefiting the industrial sector. For example, Hailey Lynne McKeefry ( @HaileyMcK ) writes, “The Internet of Things has long had consumers excited as they consider how their refrigerator might send messages to the grocery store or explore the wide variety of wearable devices available to them. Logistics management.

5 Future Applications of the Industrial Internet of Things in Manufacturing & Logistics

C3 Solutions

In this blog, Adam discusses the opportunities of the Internet of Things for the logistics and manufacturing industries. Supply Chain internet of things IoT logisticsNote: This is a guest blog from our Adam Robinson at Cerasis.

How to Prepare Your Supply Chain for the Internet of Things

Demand Solutions

All across the supply chain—in factories, in distribution centers, on forklifts, and in package delivery—companies are quickly adopting the Internet of Things (IoT). I’d call that a massive shift of opinion in favor of IoT. Think of it as SCM 2.0.

How to Prepare Your Supply Chain for the Internet of Things

Demand Solutions

All across the supply chain—in factories, in distribution centers, on forklifts, and in package delivery—companies are quickly adopting the Internet of Things (IoT). And all of this happening in ways that increase efficiency, reduce waste, and enhance your bottom line. It’s not a matter of whether these things are possible—it’s now a matter of how soon you can implement them. Think of it as SCM 2.0.

The Internet of Things and the Supply Chain: Serious or Just Flirting?

Enterra Insights

The Internet of Things (IoT) is generally found on the list of technologies fomenting the revolution. ”[1] While some experts believe the combination of IoT and supply chain is a marriage made in heaven, others believe the two entities are just getting to know each other — they’re dating or at least flirting. The reason Bernard calls the IoT “a bundle of ideas” is because it’s really an ecosystem rather than a technology.

5 Reasons Why The Use of the IIoT by Manufacturers Is Unavoidable

Cerasis

The Industrial Internet of Things ( IIoT ) has been a major topic among manufacturers and third-party logistics providers ( 3PLs ) for several years. However, the IIoT is beginning to encroach on all aspect of manufacturing and supply chain management for its wide-ranging deployment and application to improving processes. Business has a way of moving toward technologies with the greatest value.

Internet of Things and Its Impact on Modern Supply Chains

Descartes

By 2020, over fifty billion objects will be connected by the Internet of Things and 5.8 million of them will be comprised of tracking devices. The IoT is a network of physical objects, embedded with sensors, electronics, and network connectivity, which allow them to collect and exchange data. How does the Internet of Things work? The IoT is enabled by the broadband internet, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

The Internet of Things and Supply Chain Transformation

Enterra Insights

Recent reports indicate Internet of Things (IoT) technology adoption is slowing down due to security concerns. Back in 2015, Irfan Saif ( @irfansaif ), a principal with Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Cyber Risk Services practice, wrote, “Internet of Things initiatives demand targeted strategies to combat the influx of new cyber risks that will invariably accompany them.”[2] IoT-connected sensors can provide this kind of data.

The profound impact of the Internet of Things on supply chains

Logistics Viewpoints

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the catalyst in creating more responsive supply chains by providing real-time, autonomous insight into your operational execution. DHL and Cisco recently published a report (linked here) that indicated the Internet of Things will deliver a $1.9 Trillion boost to Supply Chain & Logistics Operations.

Supply Chain and the Internet of Things – Towards New Paradigms

Logistics Bureau

Internet plays a key role in connecting native digital items like PCs, IT servers, smartphones, and software applications. However, the things to hook up now include physical assets from an analogue world. Machinery, vehicles, mechanical devices, actuators, gauges, sensors, and other things are non-digital. They cannot connect directly to the all-digital Internet. That’s where the Internet of Things or IoT comes in.

Security: A Big Challenge for the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

With new network security breaches announced every week, people now understand many of the risks associated with cybersecurity. Several years ago, Irfan Saif ( @irfansaif ), a principal with Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Cyber Risk Services practice, wrote, “Internet of Things initiatives demand targeted strategies to combat the influx of new cyber risks that will invariably accompany them.”[1]

C3's Top 4 Must-Reads on The Internet of Things

C3 Solutions

It quickly became obvious that the supply chain & logistics professional were hungry for helpful information and practical insights that could guide them in applying best practices and prepare them for future industry challenges. C3 Solutions Supply Chain internet of things IoT logisticsWelcome to C3 Solutions' Top Must-Reads series - Volume 1.

The Supply Chain is “Going to the Chapel” with the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

In the mid-1960s, the Dixie Cups released their hit tune “Chapel of Love” and accomplished the unthinkable — they dislodged a Beatles hit from the top of the Billboard Chart. Goin’ to the chapel of love. Peter Nilsson, President of Performance Public Relations, believes those lyrics could be sung about the supply chain and the Internet of Things (IoT).

The Internet of Things (IoT) – Welcome the Digital Supply Chain!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Over the last 5 years there has been an explosion of smart and connected devices. Zetabytes of data generated by these devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is well upon us! After a certain period or number of cycles a “free” upgrade could be offered.

Internet of Things (IoT) in the supply chain – a jolt of creativity required?

DELMIA Quintiq

A couple of months ago, I went to an interesting event dedicated to creating a digitalized factory of the future. Given that it took place in Japan, I imagined quite an animated discussion around making another leap in the manufacturing of things. An automotive brake producer showed how sensors enable better prediction of product wear and tear, simplifying optimization of maintenance. To illustrate my point, I thought of an example from a year or so ago.

The Internet of Things Changes the Equipment Manufacturer’s Spare Parts Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

Suppose you’re in logistics for an equipment manufacturer or a maintenance manager in an operating plant, and a geek in your office keeps talking about the Internet of Things (IoT). The post The Internet of Things Changes the Equipment Manufacturer’s Spare Parts Supply Chain appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints: A Blog for Logistics, Supply Chain, and 3PL Executives. Cloud/Software-as-a-Service Inventory Management Logistics Trend

Internet of Things (IoT) is changing mining supply chains, and not a moment too soon

DELMIA Quintiq

The price of iron ore, coal, and copper make the eyes of mine operators and traders alike glaze over. Only the bravest of the brave are out and about hunting for distressed assets, willing to go against the prevailing negative sentiment. In the midst of all this, a profound technological shift is taking place above and under the ground. But unlike mining of the past which relied heavily on a human workforce, today mining is at ground zero of a technological revolution.