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UPS tests autonomous electric shifters

UPS has started testing electric lorries with autonomous driving capability at its London technology hub.
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Pallet Alliance integrates Semtech LoRa in logistics platform

Pallet Alliance, an innovator in pallet management programmes for multi-site manufacturing and distribution companies, has integrated Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWan protocol into its IntelliPallet IoT-based pallet monitoring logistics platform.
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IMC hosts Industrial IoT Online Summit in April

The IoT M2M Council (IMC) – the largest trade group serving the IoT sector, with 25,000 members – has organised a full online conference for industrial users. The Industrial IoT Online Summit will take place from 22 to 23 April 2020.
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Ceva deploys Locus autonomous robots in warehouse

Ceva Logistics has deployed autonomous mobile robots from Locus Robotics at its Roosendaal, Netherlands, warehouse to handle online order fulfilment for a retail partner selling household and consumer goods.
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Fetch and Zebra cross paths in warehouse automation

Californian cloud robotics company Fetch Robotics is collaborating with Illinois-based Zebra Technologies to optimise and automate warehouse picking processes through the integration of Fetch autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and Zebra FulfillmentEdge software.
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Sita explores blockchain to reduce air cargo costs

The air cargo industry could save $400m a year using blockchain to track and record change of custody of airline cargo containers or unit load devices (ULDs) digitally across their journey, according to the Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques, or Sita, and trade association ULD Care.
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Elite adapts drone delivery for coronavirus work

Italian company Elite Consulting has adapted its drone delivery system for medical supplies to help in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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JLT mobile computer fits tight spaces

Swedish mobile computer firm JLT has launched a vehicle-mount computer for logistic applications. The JLT1014P provides users in warehousing and transportation with a rugged fixed-mount computer for installation in small forklift cabins, trollies or other vehicles where space is tight.
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