April 12, 2018

Modex 2018: Hurdling the barriers to a connected supply chain

New MHI report explores the trends and technologies driving the future of supply chains and ways to break down the top barriers to adoption.

By DC Velocity Staff

The third day of the Modex trade show in Atlanta saw the release of The 2018 MHI Annual Report, which examined the barriers to the next-generation fully connected supply chain. Possible solutions to these barriers could be found on the Modex show floor, where more than 900 exhibitors are showcasing everything from robotic picking systems to virtual reality training to telematics (for instance, in lift trucks and using warehouse sensors) and data analytics.

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