The impact & benefits of 5G technology for industrial & logistics operations
In this episode, Olle Isaksson, Director Global Partnering & Ecosystems at Ericsson, will share his perspective on the impact of the pandemic on digitalisation and on the developments of connectivity technologies, focusing on the 5G development and current practical use cases in public and private company networks.
The interview will be complemented by the reflections of Toyota Material Handling’s Director of Innovation Hans Larsson on the impact of this technology in the world of logistics.
In logistics, standing still is not an option
Monitoring trends & technologies
The world of logistics has been changing faster than ever before in recent years, with the impact of e-commerce, increasing customer expectations, automation, connectivity and the search for increasingly sustainable and energy-efficient solutions. In order to help logistics managers to keep pace with these changes Toyota Material Handling has taken steps to work with other like-minded companies, innovators and fresh-thinkers, to share ideas and identify trends and technologies that will be affecting the world of logistics in the short, medium and long term.
What is Logiconomi?
The Logiconomi programme is a platform to share the concepts, ideas and solutions that emerge from these collaborations, presented in short and simple interviews, presentations and discussion forums. The programme is open to all logistics leaders and includes events and short ‘Logiconomi TV’ programmes all of which can be accessed from this site. To be kept fully up to date with the latest news from the Logiconomi programme, please register your details.
Collaboration is at the heart of the Logiconomi programme. Logistics is a fast-moving business that covers multiple channels and relies on many technologies. No single organisation has all the answers. That’s why the Logiconomi programme welcomes input from a diverse range of sources.
This includes major players such as Microsoft, Bosch and Ericsson, who presented their ideas and concepts at the 2019 Logiconomi Forum, as well as smaller progressive companies and start-ups that have the freedom and creativity to develop completely fresh concepts.The Logiconomi programme researches these new concepts by using a ‘technology radar’ and works with contributors to share ideas in a simple and efficient way.