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1. Advances in transport technologies
... reality - The increased use of heads-up-displays (HUD) and driver-worn digitized eye glasses is already delivering better visibility with less eye-glance activity. Drivers can keep their eyes on the road ...
Created on 07 September 2017
2. Smart Glasses Improve Productivity
Striving to improve its supply chain DHL tested using AR Smart Glasses for picking, reports ShackNews. DHL says the glasses improved productivity by 15%.   Read the article on ShackNews  ...
Created on 22 August 2017
3. Learning From Supply Chain Disruptions
If you're a glass half-full kind of guy or gal, you may want to avoid the recent article by Bill DuBois on supply chain risks. He goes through a litany of supply chain disruptions and explains how we ca ...
Created on 15 March 2017
4. The Glass Ceiling in Procurement
On the day after International Women's Day, it's a good time to ask if there's a 'glass ceiling' in the supply chain. Jennifer Swain gives us her first-hand perspective in a recent blog post on the Procur ...
Created on 09 March 2017
5. What's Amazon Up To?
... Tesla, with its electric cars, battery technology, and rocket ships. Or maybe Google, with autonomous vehicles, Google Glass, and their ubiquitous search functionality. Apple might be a good call, with ...
Created on 17 February 2016
6. SAP, Ariba, and Others
When SAP acquired Ariba, it seemed like a perfect marriage, at least on the surface. As with any marriage, though, there are ups and downs. As SAP has continued to add to its stable of acquisitions, Jason ...
Created on 29 January 2015
7. Uses for Google Glass?
Steve Brady, on the EFT site, solves one of life's great mysteries by giving us a reason why Google Glass may actually be useful to supply chains. Although Glass' use isn't widespread yet, he foresees functio ...
Created on 16 April 2014
8. Automotive Calls For High Class EDI
... n with their ERP. Their manufacturing plants, spread across the globe, are specialized in polymer processing, manufacturing of electronic and electro-mechanical systems, glass processing, automated painti ...
Created on 19 March 2014
9. The Giants Go After IoT
We've told you that the Internet of Things (IoT) will be huge. When you read about Microsoft and Google muscling in, you know it's true.In a blog on the Vator News site by Steve Loeb, we learn about the ...
Created on 03 March 2014
10. Game-Changing Supply Chains
Is your supply chain just trying to keep up, or is it a real game changer? What's the difference between those approaches, anyway?In a DC Velocity blog, Chris Jones lays out what makes a great supply chain ...
Created on 26 March 2013
11. RFID by the Glass
Finally, an application for RFID that I can appreciate! Claire Swedberg in RFID Journal tells us about the inroads being made in the beverage business by RFID. As we've always maintained, RFID will be ...
Created on 31 October 2012
12. Your Project- Passion or Poison?
...  This Valentines Day, make sure that you get some one-on-one time with your project, and look at it clearly for what it is, and not for what you want it to be. When you take off your rose-colored glasses ...
Created on 16 February 2011
13. Cecil's Disclosure
... ormation is already a customer? All this secrecy makes me wonder if any EDI provider is viable any longer. I know that when fiberglass came along as a viable alternative to mahogany, Chris-Craft made the sw ...
Created on 15 January 2009
14. Cecil at UConnect
... on of the Texan.  The Texan is an amazing feat of engineering and design.  The entire resort is housed under a giant glass dome.  The nearly 2,000 UConnect attendees were not the only occupants, but we certai ...
Created on 14 June 2005