transport logistic – Telematics as an impulse in the logistics sector

transport logistic trade show 2015 in Munich

Telematics manufacturers show many innovations at the trade fair transport logistic in Munich. The Mecca of telematics vendors is located in hall B2 on the fairgrounds in Munich from May 5 to 8, 2015. More than 180 exhibitors will be showing everything new around communication and fleet management systems. A way worthwhile for every IT manager in logistics and transport companies. Because here there are the solutions for all modes of transport.

The rapid development of information technology also pushes the logistics sector to a new level. Many working processes can be improved and designed more efficiently with new applications. Formerly, disputes between contracting parties were commonly seen, today telematics applications produce convincing evidence. Be it for damages allegedly caused an entrepreneur, be it on waiting times at the loading ramps or on the actual delivery time. By geographical coordinates provided by the satellite navigation systems, the position of a truck can be pinpointed at any time. This aids to quickly clear any disputed between the participants.

At the same time, technology has also revolutionized the work processes between the office and the vehicle. Today hardly any dispatchers need to call their drivers for hours to ask where they are. Just a quick glance at the screen is enough and the dispatcher knows exactly where his vehicles are. Thanks to modern communications technology such as LTE or Mobile GPRS orders, addresses and data for vehicle management can be transferred variably. This is not a one-way street. Both sides get updates on the latest information at all times and can react accordingly fast. This makes work processes easier.

The current applications for minimum wage law show how quickly the industry responds to new legal requirements and bring their own solutions. Everyone who is interested in knowing what’s new on the part of telematics providers should really go to Munich. It’s worth it.

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Ralf Johanning

Ralf Johanning studied political science and works as a freelance journalist. For over ten years now he reports on the transportation and logistics industry. The priorities include topics such as telematics, software, and ICT. In 2006 the trained editor, Head, and Press Officer founded the editorial office Alte Schule with his partner Ann-Christin Wimber.

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