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Transport and logistics networks need to get the right item or passenger to the right destination as fast as possible. While transport services require physical delivery, automating transport related processes has become crucial.
To ease increasingly choked road, maritime, rail and urban logistics networks and make global supply chains more efficient, technology is more and more the answer.
Part of the digital solution is Internet of Things (IoT) objects on shipments relaying data to central control towers for decision-making.
Deploying IoT at a large scale involves collecting and managing high volumes of raw data. While quantitative data can theoretically benefit your business, logistics experts need to find ways of processing data, making it relevant, and identifying how it can bring additional business value.
Olympe, remarkably capable of managing large volumes of real-time data, is the development platform of choice for these companies to modernize transport and logistics using technology.