Logistics firms are increasingly counting on artificial intelligence to help them meet customer demands for ever-faster throughput, from the beginning of the supply chain to delivery at a customer’s front door.
Logistics itself includes growing amounts of data from throughout the supply chain, with RFID tags and sensors tracking packages, locators on delivery vehicles, and schedules and rates for different modes of transportation outside the warehouse. In addition, they must consider packag...
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