80% of survey respondents believe digital supply chains will be the predominant model within five years.
April 6, 2017
Nine technologies are working together to create next-generation supply chains that are digital, on-demand and always-on. In fact, these supply chain models will soon become the new supply chain reality, according to the fourth in a series of MHI Annual Industry Reports developed by MHI, Charlotte, N.C., in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting, LLC, New York.
Opto 22, Temecula, Calif., introduced the groov with Node-RED, an Internet of Things (IoT) solution that easily integrates automation systems, like automated packaging equipment, control refrigeration systems and manufacturing lines, with back-end IT or cloud-based systems.
Servus Intralogistics, Austria, delivered an innovative material handling solution in which all processes run seamlessly from incoming goods to small parts storage, picking, production, assembly, office and eventually to the shipping area.