The Australian Logistics Council’s (ALC) Supply Chain Technology & Data Summit will be held on 19-20 November 2019.
This year’s Summit will see a second day focused entirely on data as part of the Supply Chain.
Sessions will look at technology and data across ports, rail, and aviation freight, electric and autonomous vehicles, Blockchain, telemetry and electronic work diaries, plus supply chain data and visibility.
The inaugural Supply Chain Technology & Data Summit was held in May 2018 and identified a number of key industry priorities that should be pursued to more effectively use technology in supply chains to improve their efficiency and safety.
The 2019 ALC Supply Chain Technology & Data Summit will feature presentations by leading Australian and international technology researchers, regulatory and policy-making bodies, designers and providers of technology systems and industry participants representing all parts of the supply chain.
150 attendees are expected to explore a range of factors that affect the deployment of technology and data throughout our supply chains, including regulatory barriers and policy inconsistencies, cost issues, skills issues and shortages in the workforce and a lack of understanding about some of the opportunities that technology presents.
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