One of the core objectives of digitalization in transport logistics is achieving a transparent and end-to-end view of the entire supply chain. The digital supply chain plays a decisive role in this. In addition to data from classic IT systems such as CRM or ERP, Internet-of-Things solutions are increasingly being used to track vehicles and transported goods. When combined with artificial intelligence, this data enables timely adjustments to workflows and the optimization of logistical processes. This provides cost benefits and improves customer satisfaction.
Countries around the globe are committed to cut down high amounts of carbon emission in the future. In Germany the target by 2030 is a reduction of 543 million tons of Co2. Transportation is one of the most important areas where this reduction will have to happen. For businesses there are now multiple reasons to turn to sustainability. T-Systems and Deutsche Telekom’s IoT team is here to help businesses achieve their individual targets with digital solutions. In this video listen to our experts opinions and brief about our solutions and offerings.
Dynamic logistics processes must be highly synchronized. One key factor is the collection and real-time analysis of supply chain data. Indoor tracking facilitates the automatic location of goods in the warehouse, while outdoor tracking ensures that containers, for example, do not get lost en route. Condition monitoring allows companies to understand when exactly an insured event took place and which service provider is responsible for the damage. Blockchain technology can help to facilitate and secure identification at goods handover along the transport chain.