Towards Intelligent Intermodal Trade: Industrial Big Data and Analytics in Transportation and Logistics

Managing every industry’s flow of goods, transportation and logistics are a near-literal lifeblood of the global economy, and international trade is soaring. But this growth enables companies in the space to ignore profound problems: they are inefficient, dirty grotesquely underutilized, and miserab...

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