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How the Digital Supply Chain Will Change the Future of Manufacturing

A transformation of manufacturing supply chains is ushering in the fourth modality of logistics. To ground, air, and ocean, manufacturers can now add digital. The move to the digital supply chain—the power source for Industry 4.0—creates multiple opportunities for every company in every industry.

But every revolution needs exemplars to help lead the way, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies present a massive opportunity: a chance to redesign supply chains so they are no longer constrained by the physical limitations of transportation and logistics.

This article originally appeared on Autodesk’s Redshift, a site dedicated to inspiring...Read the full article
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5 Ways Industrial-Manufacturing “Dinosaur” Claudius Peters Staves Off Extinction

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Project Frog Envisions a Construction Industry Defined by Big Data

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Do Legacy Construction Companies Have the Inside Track on Modular Building?

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5 Top Manufacturing Trends to Expect in 2019

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High-Tech Construction Tools Earn a Checkered Flag in Modern Racetrack Design

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Generative Design in Architecture and Construction Will Pave the Way to Productivity

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C40’s Women4Climate Sheds Feminine Light on Major Cities’ Climate Strategies

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UNHCR Site Architects Use Technology to Help Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

As Rohingya refugees flood into Bangladesh, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees works tirelessly to provide safe shelter, quickly. In this video, meet...Read more