Check out this week’s #SupplyChainGeek roundup below!
- A recent survey found that supply chain managers prefer conservative innovation. While drones, augmented reality, and self driving trucks are on supply chain leaders’ radar, they’re seeking tried-and-true innovation for an immediate ROI.
- Manufacturing in undergoing its greatest change in 100 years, and the next Industrial Revolution will change the way we produce and consume goods. Check out these 5 manufacturing trends that could be leading to the next Industrial Revolution!
- IBM and Cornell have teamed up to research the interaction of cow’s milk within a food environment. The research project is AI technology and results from the project can benefit the food supply chain. Read more here!
- A recent analysis by Kapersky Lab suggests that actors behind malicious cyberattacks are attacking industrial and supply chain companies rather than users. This change presents an increased threat to supply chain companies, since a hack affects human safety as well as operations. Read more here.
What are you #SupplyChainGeeks reading this weekend?