One of the most critical challenges that the transportation and logistics industry is facing is how to move people and cargo safely and efficiently. Access to real-time data is crucial for companies to determine how to improve operational efficiency and performance. With tailor made IoT solutions, transportation and logistics enterprises connect devices to accelerate productivity.
Connected vehicles and traffic management centers will make transportation more secure, improve safety and traffic flow, and reduce costs for greater scale.
This is fundamentally changing how passengers travel from point A to point B as well as the concept of car ownership. IoT transportation solutions for aviation, cargo routing, mass transit and highway systems and rail, offer new services to passengers, improve the quality of life in cities, avoid traffic jams before they happen, and improve communications on board trains and in stations.
In our dedicated ‘Connected Transport’ Track, we will outline the ways that industry IoT will create the new era of connected transportation and change how we travel and transport goods. It will offer opportunities for a new ecosystem bringing together all key stakeholders (manufacturers, public sector, private small and medium business, etc.), creating new jobs and enabling new innovations directly fueling local economies.
Learn how remote fleet management can increase the bottom line, how improvements in public transit and autonomous vehicles can prevent accidents and reduce insurance costs, and how data collected by all means of transportation vehicles can assist in reducing transportation costs and increase on-time deliveries.
Take a look at some of the talks that you can’t miss!
CT-02 – From Preventative To Predictive Maintenance: IoT Is On The Right Track With SNCF Rail Assets Monitoring
CT-04 – Optimise Prime: Accelerating The Transition To EV For Commercial Fleet Operators
CT-06 – What Does Your Air Travel Look Like In 2040?
The Internet of Things (IoT) takes over the road. Its objective is clear: to reduce accident rates. The so-called smart cars detect obstacles in advance and more accurately than
NY Waterway is America’s largest privately owned commuter ferry company. It operates 35 vessels and carries over 8 million passengers per year along a 100-mile corridor of New York Harbor and the Hudson and