Α number of solutions that can bring profound benefits to the whole Port Logistics industry and individual companies; from modelling and optimising rail and truck movements in and around seaports, to greater visibility of freight movements, improved freight connectivity and pricing will be the theme of a webinar lecture by PortEconomics member Thomas Vitsounis – to take place on November 20.
The new advertisement in your web browser about sinks does not coincidently appear just as you are about to renovate your house. The best time to book your flight tickets is 54 days before takeoff, you better take the motorway his morning if you don’t want to be late, and you should be careful over the next couple of weeks as the chances of having a stroke are quite high. Data analytics change the world and our daily lives, as we know it. How many of the strategic and daily decisions in shipping, ports and supply chains are supported by data analytics? Can we eliminate uncertainty? Is another 7-figure investment what your company really needs at the moment and is it possible to outperform competition with “just” some algorithms and software solutions?
These questions will be the addressed during the lecture that will be held in the context of the webinars that are organised by NICTA. NICTA is Australia’s National Information and Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence. The Total Port Logistics project aims to intensify the use of ICT solutions in end-to-end freight movements.