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Digitalization and the related AI – Artificial Intelligence ensure increased stability and reliability in supply chains. In many areas of logistics, they enable forecasts to be made that provide support for timely reaction to occurrences. Among those explaining how this works are Evelyn Eggers, Head of Business Development for DAKOSY, HHLA Sky CEO Matthias Gronstedt and Tino Krüger-Basjmeleh, Senior Robotics Expert, KION Group. Around 250 partici- pants in person and online listened to presentations at the Third Future Conference for Industry, Logistics and Ports under the heading “AI – North German Base for Logistics Innovation and reliabe Energy Supply with the aid of Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence”.
This year no less than 13 organizers ensured the success of the event: ARIC, Digital Hub Logistics Hamburg, egw:wirtschaftsförderung, Port of Hamburg Marketing, Hamburg Invest, Hamburg Port Authority, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, Hansestadt Stade, IFB Hamburg, IVH, KPMG, Stadt Brunsbüttel and UMCO. The moderators for the event were Marina Tcharnetsky, Chief Business Development Officer for ARIC and Ulrich Balke, Director Consulting for KPMG. For a recording of the conference, those interested should click on: (red)
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media. Take a look:
 Pioneers with innovative sensors HPA – Hamburg Port Authority is opting for state-of-the-art sensors for its predic- tive maintenance management. HPA has already installed 66 acceleration and temperature sensors in several streets in the Veddel area. Along with asphalt tem- perature, these measure pressure and the vibrations caused by axle loads, speed
or braking/acceleration forces. On the basis of these, HPA measures the current
load on the road and its load-bearing capacity. Such data permits a calculation
of the remaining working life of the road, and improved maintenance manage- ment. The sensors’ potential goes even further. In future they can be used for production of a traffic model to optimize traffic flow. (sh)
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