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NextGen Supply Chain

By Gary Forger · November 13, 2017
Don’t look for completely autonomous vehicles on your local roadways in the next few months unless you live in the Phoenix area. But do expect this unprecedented corporate R&D project to impact all of our lives over the next few years
By Gary Forger · November 13, 2017
The director of mobility for the North Carolina Department of Transportation looks at what’s next for autonomous vehicles.
By Steve Hoffenberg · October 23, 2017
After a slow start, the market for remote asset tracking is poised to take off.
By Gary Forger · October 16, 2017
3-D printing has come a long way, but has a long way to go. interview with Scott Schiller, Hewlett Packard Global Head of Customer and Market Development
By André Kieviet and Suraj M. Alexander · October 16, 2017
Additive manufacturing and 3D printing promise to simplify manufacturing, reduce inventories, and streamline operations. But, to determine when and how to apply additive manufacturing, organizations need a decision model that assesses it’s market strategy, supply chain performance, and complexity.
By Gary Forger · October 16, 2017
3-D printing has been in start-up mode for 25 years, and is now more widely recognized than ever for its potential. Expect some eye-popping leaps by the technology in the near future. NextGen Supply Chain newsletter, 3D Printing news.
By Richa Gupta · September 27, 2017
Rising costs associated with leasing and buying warehouse locations are among the major drivers for businesses to invest in dimensioning solutions in order to better utilize available space.
By Richa Gupta, director of AutoID & Data Capture, VDC Research · September 27, 2017
Rising costs associated with leasing and buying warehouse locations are among the major drivers for businesses to invest in dimensioning solutions in order to better utilize available space.
By SCMR Staff · September 27, 2017
Brand differentiation through R&D initiatives key to capturing greater market share
By Gary Forger · September 26, 2017
It’s time to think of automation in the supply chain differently. Quite simply, the purpose of automation is expanding as new forms of automation evolve and transform how work gets done.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 12, 2017
Robots and Google Glass may be here sooner than you think, according to DHL
By Gary Forger · September 1, 2017
Innovation is a funny thing. Just when people write it off because they’ve been waiting too long, it smacks them up the side of the head.
By Gary Forger · September 1, 2017
Jim Rice, deputy director of MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics, talks about innovation and its importance to the supply chain.
By Gary Forger · August 31, 2017
When it comes to the next generation of supply chain management, the future just may be now.
By Gary Forger · August 31, 2017
Emerging technologies like Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and robotics are reshaping the way we manage our supply chains. Our newsletter will cover them all.

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