This essay explores the application of industry 4.0 in the automotive industry in India through the lens of one particular factory.
Digitization and the industrial internet of things present lucrative opportunities in the maritime shipping industry. Maersk is leading the way with digital innovations that reduce costs and deliver on evolving customer needs.
Intel, the world's semiconductors pioneer, is leveraging digital supply chains to optimize its manufacturing.
Walmart recently announced a partnership with Google to enable voice-activated shopping for Walmart products via Google Assistant and Easy Re-order via Google Express. The data this partnership provides should allow Walmart to create a more customized shopping experience for its customers at scale; in other words, deliver on the "mass customization" model Amazon has taught consumers to demand. The question remains whether Walmart can effectively integrate real time, end-consumer data into its existing supply chain infrastructure to deliver on these goals.
As consumers and enterprises demand more data and subsequently data storage, IBM is in a prime position to be the leader as a solutions provider.
Maersk is a behemoth in the shipping world and provides supply chain services through delivery of fresh produce and other products to 343 ports in 121 different countries. Maersk has embraced IoT in its shipping and logistic business in order to improve shipping efficiency with real-time shipment tracking and reduce product wastage with “smart” refrigerated containers.
Data maps: the next battle in 'smart' homes
How can Maersk, the world's largest shipping company, embrace IoT, blockchain, and autonomous technology, to remain competitive in the digital world?
Intel Inside or on the Outside? Exploring the impact of artificial intelligence on the supply and design of processor chips
This post delves into the role that supply chain digitization and software innovation will play in the meat production industry, specifically at Tyson Foods.