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Day 2 at the RLA
It’s moving slow, but Big Data, AI and machine learning are beginning to impact reverse logistics
Material Handling & Logistics Conference: Day 2.
Can we talk about robots?
Logility and APICS survey reveals top supply chain priorities for advanced analytics
Supply chain leaders target inventory, accuracy, and visibility with analytics, but must first escape from limited legacy systems.
Why smarts are central to Internet of Things in the warehouse
Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity is still early days in warehouses, though several suppliers are coming up with
predictive modeling and analytics to optimize DC operations based on granular data from IoT or other data feeds.
Improve the Speed and Accuracy of Your Operations with Better Access to Data
The growth of analytics, machine learning and cloud computing is making a significant impact across businesses and commerce worldwide. Access to more data and insight on how your operations work, how your devices are performing, or what technology investments you need to make can significantly improve…
JDA and SATO partner to deliver advanced warehouse management
Strategic technology partnership to deliver big data and analytics for retailers, manufacturers and wholesale distributors.
This Month in Modern Materials Handling: Methodical steps into the future
Find out the latest news on innovation in the Materials Handling industry for the month of October 2017.
Leveraging Your Lift Truck Data
Embracing the data-driven culture in today’s DCs and warehouses could pay off for your facility—large or small.
60 Seconds with John Reichert, Chair of Integrated Systems Solutions Group (ISSG) at MHI
Modern Materials Handling staff sat down with John Reichert Chairman of Integrated Systems Solutions Group (ISSG) at MHI
Software Roundtable: The Supply Chain Execution Puzzle
Exacting service levels have driven the convergence of software solutions from discrete functions to a more holistic platform. The success of each software package is no longer measured by performance in a given silo, but in the overall mission to achieve optimal customer satisfaction. Supply Chain Software…
The data-driven lift truck
Now that manufacturers and distributors are using the data from their automated systems to drive their facilities, they’re turning to the next opportunity for improvement: the wealth of data collected by their lift trucks.
The Ever-Evolving Global Supply Network
Will Big Data, the Internet of Things and connected environments driven by sensor technologies be the drivers behind these improvements?
Getting an EDGE at Honeywell’s user conference
At its first user conference, Honeywell unveiled its vision for sensing and data collection technologies in the future - move beyond devices to software, analysis and value.
Study finds manufacturing industry ready for the Internet of Things
83% of surveyed manufacturers either already have IoT implementations in place or plans to deploy within a year.
MHI’s CEO George Prest joins Twitter
Association's leader says he is excited to be part of the supply chain and material handling buzz on the social networking site.