Webinar: innovations in logistics
We’re pleased to announce that on Thursday December 10, 2020 we will be hosting the second in our series of free and inspirational quarterly webinars. As before, we will have a unique combination of experienced speakers, all working at the forefront of technology innovation in international and local logistics.
In a world that is ever increasingly connected, not just data but physical packages are now sent at speed all over the world. For the global economy and for the e-commerce industry, in particular, this level and relative ease of interconnection has been a great development. However, we need to be aware of some of the negative outcomes and unintended consequences as well. It takes smart thinking and continuous innovation to power logistics toward a more fair and digitised, de-carbonised and resource-efficient future.
In this webinar, the speakers will share their thoughts and aspirations, the innovations they are currently pursuing, how they aim to make the industry ever more efficient, the challenges they face and their expectations for the future.
Marieke de Ruyter de Wildt / The New Fork
Marieke founded The New Fork in 2017, with the goal of achieving global food integrity. Using blockchain technology she aims to make supply chains more transparant.
Xander van der Heijden / UNL
Xander is the founder and CEO of UNL, a smart addressing platform for navigation and location-based services. A serial entrepreneur and venture builder, Xander has 20+ years of experience in building tech startups. He started his first company back in 1996, building one of world’s first patented cloud architectures. Xander is a pioneer in distributed & network computing, releasing the first open source encryption library and implementing distributed security frameworks.
Wu Ran / AiRobotics
Wu Ran is the co-founder and COO of Ai Robotics Technology. a computer vision technology company working on technology that enables fully self-driving in geo-fenced premises.
Julian Patrick Galonska / Daimler
Julian is working at Daimler, building the hardware and software ecosystem for electric trucks in North America.
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