GateHouse talks supply chain nirvana at IoT Slam Conference
Logistics data unifier GateHouse Logistics A/S announces that it has been invited to present its vision of the future direction of data used in the logistics industry at the upcoming IoT Slam Conference.
June 19, 2017
By Denice Cabel
Logistics data unifier GateHouse Logistics A/S announces that it has been invited to present its vision of the future direction of data used in the logistics industry at the upcoming IoT Slam Conference being staged at Raleigh in North Carolina on June 21 and 22. The annual Conference brings together the The Internet of Things Community (IoT Community), the world’s largest group of CxOs and IoT professionals.
The function of the community is to focus on the adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments such as the transport industry, seeking to understand and contribute to applying the technology or overcoming the wide variety of barriers, inhibitors, and technical and operational issues involved.
“The logistics industry is moving into the smart connected era and an industry-wide and truly system agnostic mobility platform is needed now by all parties involved in the supply chain to control, make visual and rationalize the mountains of data involved in order to reach the next level of business efficiency,” says Jesper Bennike, CEO, GateHouse Logistics.
He adds: “Data about connected trucks and Just-in-Sequence supplies to smart factories are just the tip of tomorrow’s supply chain issues and the IoT Slam Conference is the perfect platform for GateHouse to discuss its IoT solution with leaders responsible for shaping the use of data in the future IoT logistics industry.”
As a leading independent logistics data unifier and aggregator, GateHouse Logistics believes that it is within its remit to propose a cross-system data mobility platform to the transport industry that can not only collect and unify all data from all telematics systems, but also distribute it to authorised enterprises as one datastream.
The mobility platform provides LSP’s with a mixed fleet a unified and consolidated data stream from their whole fleet. The data stream can be easily integrated with any TMS system and it can also securely be shared with third parties.