How the IoT is Changing the Future of the Supply Chain

March 21, 2018

Today, we have a guest blog from the good folks at ALBA who came up with this awesome infographic about the future of supply chain and IoTs role in it. A report from Gartner predicts that by 2020, more than 50% of major business processes will incorporate some form of the Internet of Things (IoT). One such business process is the supply chain. Though often overlooked, the application of IoT in supply chain management is already making exceptional changes and developments in international trade landscape. From sensors that can provide detailed visibility of items in transit, to cloud platforms that can be deployed to optimize fleet management and load dispatching, several IoT technologies are already being leveraged by many logistics operators not only to ensure efficient operations but to gain an edge on their competitors and build their brand.

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Sensory, Inc. is a privately held company focusing on improving the user experience of consumer electronics through machine learning technologies. Sensory sells chips and embedded software solutions to consumer electronics companies, enabling a simpler and safer experience. Sensory's specializes in state of the art deep net and deep learning technologies on embedded smaller footprint platforms for functions like speech recognition, machine vision and biometrics. Our customers include leaders in the CE space like AT&T, Hasbro, LG, Mattel, Motorola, Plantronics, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, Vtech and many others. Our key markets include mobile devices, wearables, IoT, home electronics, toys, and automotive.

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