Freight Logistics

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Environments Where Blockchain Can Thrive

A Blockchain solution can flourish in business scenarios that have a high number of participants that all want to track a particular product or item. And the more complex the tracking process, the more a Blockchain application can thrive. For example, if a product traverses through a series of steps that starts with its creation […]

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3 Hints that Your Travel or Transportation Company May Benefit from Blockchain

Buzzwords abound in the Information Technology landscape and “blockchain” will continue to add a major theme to the teeming jargon. A lengthy breakdown of what blockchain is will not follow. What you will, however, get from reading further are some ideas of how this seemingly intricately complex system can help create more efficiency to business […]

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IBM Solutions and Services for Travel and Transportation

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Think beyond the rails: Leading in 2025

Railways can drive growth and create a more responsive and agile operating environment for 2025 by embracing an interconnected rail ecosystem and using cognitive computing to harness data both inside and outside of railway enterprises

The Ultimate Ground Transportation Solution

Here is a distressing fact: on average, a traffic accident occurs every 5.4 seconds in the United States. That’s over 5.7 million per year. Weather related traffic accidents occur nearly every 26.3 seconds, comprising roughly 22% of all vehicle crashes. Hence, traffic accidents are an unfortunate occurrence. Included in the possibility of having one of […]

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How IOT will change the logistics paradigm.

Circa 2020. It is 1730 hrs. It’s a Friday. The Operations Director (call him James) of a large multi-national logistics & supply chain organization. Today, he is very pleased that his entire logistics process is working like well-oiled machinery. From his operations center he can see that there are no exceptions being reported across the […]

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