How Self-Driving Vehicles Will Change The Transportation Industry

The question is not if self-driving, autonomous vehicles will change the world, it’s how. Actually, it’s how much. Consider what the drone has done for aviation, what robotics have done for manufacturing, or how automation has done for… well, everything. Self-driving vehicles have the potential to be equally revolutionary, and their impact promises to be…
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How Is Hyperconnectivity Changing The Transportation Industry?

The transportation industry is doing everything in its power to remain competitive, cost-effective, and efficient. Part of that requires acknowledging the “innovations that hold great promise for revolutionizing the travel and transportation ecosystem,” according to MarketWired. Hyperconnectivity is one of those innovations. What Is Hyperconnectivity? The World Economic Forum defines hyperconnectivity as “the increasing digital…
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Drones For Home Delivery Closer To Reality, But Don’t Hold Your Breath

When 17-year-old Marty McFly travels in time from 1985 to 2015 in the blockbuster hit, Back to the Future 2  not only does his girlfriend magically turn into a completely different person, he gets a sneak peek at what the future holds for his 47-year-old self. The movie seems to accurately predict things like Google…
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Omni-Channel Revolution: How Consumer Expectations Are Changing Order Fulfillment & Distribution

Twenty years ago, consumers in any industry had only a handful of options when it came to shopping.You could order by mail, over the phone, or simply shop in person. And those options were typically mutually exclusive. No one went to a store just to call in an order. That was unheard of. No longer.…
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How To Reverse The Trend Of Transportation-Related Fatalities

In 2014, workplace fatalities due to transportation incidents rose to 1,891—up from 1,865 in 2013, according to the National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries 2014 report. With that many deaths, transportation occupations accounted for the largest share (28 percent) of fatal occupational injuries of any occupational group. Furthermore, transportation-related accidents accounted for a whopping 40…
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