Paperless logistics solutions not only can help with transportation, but can also be easily expanded to create transparency on the factory premises. The various batches log in and report regularly on the condition of the goods via sensors, intelligent storage boxes, or pallets (condition monitoring). These virtual waybills provide a good basis for designing the materials management processes autonomously. For example, such a process might look like this: the forklift truck or industrial truck drives itself to the shelf or storage place. When the intelligent storage box is picked up, a waybill is created automatically. Its data is transferred to the digital waybill. The removal from the system is confirmed in parallel. When the storage box reaches its destination, this is also confirmed automatically. The administrator would also have access at any time to a database that lists the status and location of the relevant batch. From an IT perspective, this is no longer rocket science.