We’ve seen the potential of blockchain for supply chains in the media – and Australian government bodies have taken notice, too.
The 2020 supply chain is becoming digital, autonomous, intelligent and, most importantly, incredibly efficient.
Globally, supply chains are constantly undergoing transformation. Yet many supply chains are still lacking in basic governance and traceability.
Companies are experiencing what we call the ‘fuel problem’: thousands if not millions of litres of fuel are being lost to fraud and poor fuel management.
With the upcoming UN Human Rights Day, we look at how fostering digital growth can help secure human rights for everyone, especially the young.
Food fraud is prevalent in the food industry. Blockchain – with the help of the Internet of Things – could change how we deal with it.
Crystal supply chains aren’t particularly at the centre of attention in the logistics world. Yet they’re at the centre of a great degree of conflict.
When we think of successful mines, we often think of large, elaborate operations. However, smart mines may soon be more important than big ones.
Mine management is at the centre of many mine supervisors’ concerns. But can we have tech such as AI, automation and cloud computing, too?