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SAP and Deutsche Telekom get Logistics 4.0 moving

SAP and Deutsche Telekom get Logistics 4.0 moving

22.01.2019|The Internet of Things offers huge opportunities to logistics companies – provided they know how to make the most of the flood of data. An integrated solution from SAP and Deutsche Telekom can help.

Artificial intelligence: The future of logistics

Artificial intelligence: The future of logistics

13.01.2020|Michael ten Hompel, managing director of the Fraunhofer Institute IML, is convinced artificial intelligence will control the logistics supply chain of the future.

A crystal-clear view of the supply chain

A crystal-clear view of the supply chain

06.01.2020|Hirsch Glas GmbH colors up to 200,000 pieces of glass each day. But if these are not delivered on time and in perfect condition, the production line comes to a standstill. Discover how Hirsch Glas is tackling this challenge with the Internet of Things (IoT).

Smart factory? Not without a digital twin

Smart factory? Not without a digital twin

05.12.2019|Digital twins for machines and production equipment are an important part of the Industrial Internet of Things, or Industry 4.0 for short. Digital Twins use IoT data to optimize both production and products.

Study: Digitization helps fight driver shortages

Study: Digitization helps fight driver shortages

15.11.2019|More efficient deployment of drivers and higher job satisfaction: A study by the German logistics association, BVL, and T-Systems shows how digitalizing logistics can help in the fight against driver shortages.

Supply Chain 4.0: Shared data leads to success

Supply Chain 4.0: Shared data leads to success

08.11.2019|The Internet of Things is revolutionizing transport and intralogistics. In the BVL.digital podcast, Rami Avidan, head of IoT at Deutsche Telekom, explains what really matters when it comes to the Supply Chain 4.0.


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Smart Factory as a prerequisite for your connected supply chains

Gartner Study „Harvest the Value of Smart Manufacturing in the Supply Chain, Not the Factory“

Gartner study „Harvest the Value of Smart Manufacturing in the Supply Chain, Not the Factory“*

Shorter production times, lower costs and rapid adaptation to new production requirements - just three of the many advantages of the Smart Factory. We believe, the latest Gartner study shows how far manufacturing companies are already on the way to a smart factory today. 

Please note: The study is in English. The form section for the download and the following communication is in German.

Webinar

Expert Webinar

Topic: Trustworthy data exchange in the supply chain! Find out about the potential of a networked supply chain and how to use it for your company – with a demo.
Please note: The presentation is held in German language.

*Gartner Harvest the Value of Smart Manufacturing in the Supply Chain, Not the Factory, 4 September 2019, Simon Jacobson
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