A group of scientists from the University of Klagenfurt in Austria is investigating how joint vehicle routing by competing companies could permanently change the logistics industry.
Jelmer Visser interprets for Innovation Origins the spread of the corona pandemic in Europe. This week: Where are countries one month after V Day?
Berlin-based engineering company IAV is working together with FZI on an intelligent and networked e-bike that recognizes its rider and follows them around autonomously.
Italy is considering transporting future corona vaccines by drone. A trial this week went very smoothly.
Robots can pack things very quickly. That’s why they have become indispensable in distribution centers. But they’re still not very smart. That’s why humans can […]
OceanOps reduces delays in container transport. With a dynamic platform for route change, the brand-new company from Rotterdam enables forwarders and importers to keep their […]
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week […]
The Hamburg-based start-up Sirum has set out to solve a fundamental problem in the logistics sector. Only a few companies can afford modern IT solutions, […]
Monitoring inventories in warehouses is a labor-intensive and time-consuming task that also leaves plenty of room for error. With its latest autonomous drone inventAIRy® X, […]
Shared solutions: To maintain its top global ranking, Brabant logistics depends on innovation and collaboration
Stakeholders in Brabant’s fast-growing logistics industry are working to resolve a range of challenges. These include skills shortages, overloaded transport infrastructure and environmental impact. The […]
Marc van Ravensteijn was a long-time owner of business that built hearses; he is now applying his knowledge of specialist vehicles to solving an entirely […]
With its bold mission of ensuring that the Netherlands has the world’s best logistics sector by 2020, TKI Dinalog – known more descriptively as The […]
All regions in Brabant are in the top 10 of logistical hotspots in the Netherlands. The list (consisting of 28 areas) is headed by West […]