Creating Future Transportation With the SmartEST Digitalisation
The global pandemic has put a strain on supply chains as spikes in demand stress-test logistics infrastructure and current outdated systems are not eligible to meet the growing needs. Thus, supply chain excellence with digitalization should be an essential part of companies’ overall business strategy. Many companies have tried to excel but yet fail to change.
Join us at our webinar focused on smartEST digitalisation practices for future transportation shared by four Estonian companies with an extensive international experience in digitizing logistics and developing driverless transportation vehicles.
The webinar takes place on 13th of May at 10AM (GMT+2) and will be hosted on Worksup platform by Florian Marcus, Presenter-Analyst at e-Estonia Briefing Centre. Starting with sharing sessions by Helmes, GoSwift, Flowit and AuveTech and having Q&A after each session.
Auve Tech – Future of Transit: Driverless Transportation
Aitoldyou – Digitalizing Logistics: From Pen and Paper to AI
GoSwift – Decreasing Turnaround Time: Scheduling Arrivals of Trucks to Terminal Gates
Helmes – Contact-Free Road Transport: Digitizing Shipment Data
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Being one of the most tech-savvy countries, Estonia is a perfect breeding ground for launching cutting edge technological solutions. Estonia offers highly skilled professionals providing flexible and fast solutions following Nordic business ethics. Here the time-to-quality ratio is right, we use innovative technologies, clean raw materials and invest in sustainability.
The webinars are in German and English.
Future of Transit: Driverless Transportation
The global pandemic has put a strain on supply chains as spikes in demand stress-test logistics infrastructure. It’s clear that with increasing container flow, the service terminals all need to become partially or fully automated providing more ecoefficient, safer, smarter and sustainable worldwide transportation. Auve Tech is specialised in the development and manufacturing of low speed autonomous shuttles that can be teleoperated and customised to fulfil a wide range of applications.
Digitalizing Logistics: From Pen and Paper to AI
During the past few months, countless supply chains have been crippled around the world due to their outdated systems.
Thus, we have come to understand that supply chain excellence should be an essential part of companies’ overall business strategy. However, many companies have tried to excel but yet fail to change. Mostly because there are lots of IT-companies without the experience of digitalising a logistics company and several logistics companies without an in depth IT-knowledge, -background and strong expertise. Flowit has vast experience in building solutions to have detailed predictions for future shipments, providing you with customer behavior analytics, sales automation and churn management with automated warnings.
Decreasing Turnaround Time: Scheduling Arrivals of Trucks to Terminal Gates
Truck drivers can experience long waiting times when they arrive at the gates at peak hours creating congestion and wasting time, which all carries a hefty price tag. Thus, digitalization in logistics infrastructure is no longer optional but mandatory. GoSwift is experienced in creating digital tools to assist drivers and transportation companies to plan their trips according to the capacity of the terminal and using right corridors in approaching the terminal, providing monitoring which trucks have arrived, which are late and reorder their loadings according to the cargo or loading area availability.
GoSwift is experienced in designing, deploying and operating Queue Management Services. GoSwift handles electronically/virtually queues of vehicles and people at traffic bottlenecks – border checkpoints, ports and tourist attractions.
Paperless and contact-free road transport for both, today and tomorrow
Creation, compilation and signing of the whole document package for a road shipment can be time consuming and is always prone to human errors and data glitches. Time and resource waste of carrying and exchanging paper-printed shipment information will in the post-pandemic economy be accompanied by concerns over the safety of drivers, cargo handlers and on-road service providers.
Together with Estonian and Finnish road hauling associations Helmes has created a secure cloud-based platform MobiCarnet for combining digitally all your road shipment data – on goods, vehicles, drivers – and sharing it real-time with any stakeholder in your logistics chain: consignor, consignees, carriers, but why not also with customs, police, BAG or rescue services. Digital roads are here to stay and make us all safer and more effective.