The logistics industry is undergoing digital transformation: blockchain and cloud technologies optimise the logistics process by creating interfaces and simplifying data processing. In the warehouses, robotic applications, drones and virtual realities make work easier. Digitisation is a key factor in fast picking and efficient warehouse and material flow systems. How automation and networking affect the future of intralogistics, the experts will discuss at the VDI conference "Intralogistic Solutions" in Amsterdam on 27 and 28 June.
The VDI conference focuses on current trends and developments in the area of Industry 4.0 and how the digital transformation processes can lead companies to success. In Panel Discussions, experts debate issues that affect the industry: how do the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence influence the transport of goods? Which energy concepts are economical in the long term? What degree can automation achieve in the picking process?
The top themes of the VDI conference are:
- Picking in omnichannel
- Data integration and storage solution
- Energy concepts of the future
- Disruptive technologies in intralogistics
- Customer Cases
The presentation language of the conference is English.
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