The Smart Logistics Challenge is designed to help advance the digitalization of the logistics industry. We are currently seeking Principal Partners and additional Technology Partners for this Challenge.
If you are interested in becoming a Principal or Technology Partner, please sign up here.
From the start of its journey to its destination, a package or item moves through three major parties successively, from sender (product supplier), to forwarder to receiver (end customer).
Today, the related data is interchanged manually and the process digitalization stops at the company boundary in the local ecosystem. The digital data often lag behind the physical transport. However, there are key barriers for building up the consistent digital collaboration along the supply chain:
For efficiency reasons, supply chain partners are seeking easy data interchange, maximum real time transparency and seamless interoperability of their individual digital ecosystems.
The industrial internet, or Industrial IoT, provides the foundation for the next generation of smart, sensor-based, connected logistics solutions. Trust technologies such as distributed ledgers and other approaches enable secure and decentralized data-exchange between IoT-enabled participants of the value chain, such as logistics management, supply chain management platforms and ERP systems.
The goal of the Smart Logistics challenge is to develop and implement a technical solution for trusted data interchange for the horizontal supply chain collaboration to realize defined use cases. The Challenge strives for the transparent, reliable and secure transfer of data between supply chain participants. The Challenge use cases are in the area of automatic goods handover process in the first and last mile of the horizontal supply chain:
The results of the Challenge will be collaboratively developed solutions that provide real value-add to the logistics industry and its customers, based on direct user feedback and field trials, fostered by an ecosystem aimed at jointly bringing new solutions to market.
Bosch and SICK are Technology Partner for the Smart Logistics Challenge. We welcome the participation of more Enabling Technology Partners! Additionally we are seeking Principal partners for this Challenge.
If your company has the same pain points as described in this challenge or you can offer enabling technology for our initiative, please click here to explore opportunities.
If you are interested in becoming a Principal or Technology Partner, please sign up here. For an overview of the different roles and contributions of the challenge participants, review the descriptions on our IoT Challenges Overview webpage.
The Challenge is open to vendors, organizations, teams and individuals worldwide. The winners are selected by jury and prizes include a customer Proof of Concept with a Principal Partner. The official launch of the Smart Logistics Challenge and the call for submission of proposal for contenders will take place in the coming months. The evaluation criteria, guidelines and entry form will be found here.
We are currently signing up Principals and additional Technology Partners for this Challenge. If you are interested in becoming a Principal or Technology Partner, please sign up here. For an overview of the different roles and contributions of the challenge participants, review the descriptions on our IoT Challenges Overview webpage.
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