Focused on the most innovative projects in logistics
The clear impact of the pandemic on people, and in the case of companies on employees, accelerated the implementation of automated and robotic logistics processes. Miniloads, shuttle systems, AGV, AMR, machine learning, drones, platooning, autonomous couriers… After the pandemic, the pressure on this type of technological innovation will continue at full speed. In short, the future belongs to digitization and robotization in both production and logistics. How fast will this rebirth be and will there be any room for humans at the end of it?