Digital Transformation in Transportation

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Digital Transformation in Transportation #DigitalTransformation

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Four of today’s top 10 incumbents (in terms of market share) in each industry will be displaced by digital disruption in the next five years. The stakes are high. #DigitalTransformation Source: Digital Vortex, IMD and Cisco

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Here are four companies in the transportation industry disrupting themselves to stay ahead. #DigitalTransformation

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Alaska Dept. of Transportation (DOT) The intrepid Alaska DOT embraced the Internet of Everything to help them connect in extreme circumstances. Responded quickly to emergency situations Expanded communications and connected roadside network to broaden reach and improve responsiveness Ensured efficiency across equipment and maintenance Read more #DigitalTransformation

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“We could quickly dispatch vital equipment and people and communicate no matter where I was. The impact of this system has been amazing.” Jeff Russell Dalton Area Superintendent Alaska Department of Transportation #DigitalTransformation

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Austria's autobahn corporation (ASFiNAG) Data is at the heart of ASFiNAG’s digitization. The Internet of Everything is keeping roads safe and drivers happy. Reduced need for investment through better road-use Connected roads, drivers and authorities nationwide Exceeded EU standards for road transport Read more #DigitalTransformation

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“We connected more than 70,000 sensors and 6,500 traffic cameras ... to help route emergency vehicles and provide drivers with up-to-date information.” Bernd Datler Managing Director ASFINAG tolling company #DigitalTransformation

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DHL Internet of Everything solutions are revolutionizing business processes across the entire value chain, and particularly the experiences of DHL’s customers. Improved operational efficiency Captured and made sense of data generated from connected devices Increased efficiency of warehousing operations Read more #DigitalTransformation

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“To derive significant commercial value from IoT will ultimately depend on how well connected assets, such as containers or parcels, are networked along the entire supply chain.” Rob Siegers President Global Technology at DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation #DigitalTransformation

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#InternetOfEverything Read more California Shock Trauma Air Rescue’s (CALSTAR) Technology is at the core of operational efficiency for California Shock Trauma Air Rescue’s – a non-profit regional air ambulance service. Reduced lift time and expedited patient care Systemized transportation operations Launched a centralized communication hub #DigitalTransformation

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“The Internet of Everything is connecting our people, processes, and data in ways that we couldn’t do before. The technology enhances operational control. Operations has greater peace of mind, because they know that our technology helps ensure safety and security.” Julie Hyde IT Director, CALSTAR #DigitalTransformation

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Across all industries, the average time to disruption is just 3.1 years. Organizations that do disrupt themselves have a competitive advantage, and provide value to their customers. #DigitalTransformation Source: Digital Vortex, IMD and Cisco Read more

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Learn more about how the Internet of Everything is creating this transformation #DigitalTransformation