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A few short years from now, you might see a truck in your rearview mirror and notice that something important is missing—the driver. But don’t be alarmed. Self-driving technology is on the cusp of a breakthrough and promises to blow wide open one of the major difficulties in the trucking industry: the person behind the

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Amazon’s Last Mile

Who delivers Amazon orders? Increasingly, it’s plainclothes contractors with few labor protections, driving their own cars, competing for shifts on the company’s own Uber-like platform. Though it’s deployed in dozens of cities and associated with one of the world’s biggest companies, government agencies and customers alike are nearly oblivious to the program’s existence. In terms

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The rise of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and the improvements in self driving technology is set to revolutionize the transportation and logistics industries. BI Intelligence has put together several research reports covering the key opportunities and statistics you need to take advantage of this growing market trend in our brand new Transportation & Logistics vertical. We’ll

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Data has always been a fundamental component of international trade and transportation, but never has so much information been available as today. Remote sensing, telematics, connected devices and vehicles all generate huge volumes of valuable data – the only challenge for organisations in the logistics and supply chain industry is how to harness this information

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Amazon has released a lot of products over the years that raise some eyebrows among the more security-conscious. The concerns are usually about digital security, though. The newly available Amazon Key service allows the company’s delivery personnel to open your locked door in order to deliver a package. People are understandably a little uncomfortable with the idea. To use

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Retailers of all sizes are finding themselves competing against Amazon and other huge retailers to meet customer expectations, creating challenges for smaller retailers in matching the delivery speed and price options provided by the larger retailers. A recent Forbes Insights report, “Shipping as Strategy: How Small and Midsize Retailers Can Best Meet Customers’ Delivery Expectations

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