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Making Sense of the Internet of Things
Making Sense of the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things has reached a level of maturity that makes the phenomenon impossible for supply-chain managers to ignore. The new world of connected devices and "big data" presents them with an unprecedented opportunity to acquire real-time visibility of goods in transit and in inventory. But the IoT also comes with a set of challenges, not least of which is how to manage the resulting flow of information without becoming drowned in data. Following are excerpts from conversations between SupplyChainBrain editors and industry experts about how the IoT can be effectively deployed in the warehouse and elsewhere in the supply chain.

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The Internet of Things has reached a level of maturity that makes the phenomenon impossible for supply-chain managers to ignore. The new world of connected devices and "big data" presents them with an unprecedented opportunity to acquire real-time visibility of goods in transit and in inventory. But the IoT also comes with a set of challenges, not least of which is how to manage the resulting flow of information without becoming drowned in data. Following are excerpts from conversations between SupplyChainBrain editors and industry experts about how the IoT can be effectively deployed in the warehouse and elsewhere in the supply chain.

Please CLICK HERE to download the whitepaper.

Making Sense of the Internet of Things