Top Tech Trends To Watch In 2020

1. Logistics embraces digitization The traditionally staid supply chain and logistics industry will speed up its drive to digitize, turning to autonomous drones, robotics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, the Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics to ensure faster deliveries at lower rates. Classic logistics heavyweights Deutsche Post’s DHL and C.H. Robinson are pouring millions of dollars into such technology. Oracle and SAP, which

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Lufthansa taps Google’s cloud tech to mitigate the impact of flight delays

Lufthansa taps Google’s cloud tech to mitigate the impact of flight delays

The German airline group will use Google Cloud to bring its IT systems and data into one unified platform. The platform will make suggestions for putting Lufthansa’s flight plan back on track when disruption occurs. A Google team will be onsite with Lufthansa’s IT and operations experts to develop and test the new platform. Source:

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Toyota Invests $349 Million in Flying Taxi Startup

Toyota Invests $349 Million in Flying Taxi Startup

Image credit: Joby Aviation via engadget Toyota just invested $349 million in the flying taxi startup Joby Aviation. The two companies say they will work together, Joby sharing its all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) expertise and Toyota lending its knowledge of manufacturing, quality and cost controls to the development and production of Joby’s future

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How is Duty-Free retail set to evolve in the future?

The concept of airport duty-free has expanded from a small luxury shop in Ireland to one of the highest-earning sectors of the retail industry. ADELE BERTI asks: how did duty-free shopping at airports reach this height, and what does its future hold? Duty-free shopping was the brainchild of Irish businessman Brendan O’Regan, who worked at the country’s

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