How 5G and IoT are revolutionising logistics

BURHAN WAZIR | December 19, 2018

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Since most consumer goods, such as clothes, TVs or laptops, travel thousands of miles and change ownership at least half a dozen times before reaching their final destination, logistics presents an ideal hothouse for innovation using  and  The use of 5G and IoT would deliver live information to systems that could, for the first time, follow most items from factory to customer The industry, including shipping, air and rail freight, is a major UK employer.  more than 56,000 businesses are directly supported by the sector, which employs around 2.2 million people or 8 per cent of the UK workforce.is also ranked eighth in the 2017-18 Global Competitiveness Index, according to the Freight Transport Association.

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