Monthly Archives: April 2020

What is AIS? The Role of Satellite AIS in Digitizing Maritime Supply Chains

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution ushers in a new wave of smart digital, automated and autonomous technologies, it’s worth a reminder that longer established systems are playing a vital role in our brave new data-driven world – and indeed continue

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Dual-Mode Satellite/Cellular IoT: The Next Generation – Live Webinar Coming May 5

With COVID-19 changing the world as we know it, our first wish is that this finds you safe and well. For those of us fortunate enough to continue working, we’re facing up to the prospect of doing so from home

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Surviving Supply Chain Shock: The Value of Visibility

The COVID-19 crisis has hit world maritime trade and supply chain operations with unprecedented scale and speed. Now more than ever, visibility is crucial to keep shipping, ports and cross-border trade flowing as efficiently as possible and equally to help

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Latest COVID-19 News for Fleets and Drivers

As we face into another week of a disrupted COVID-19 world, we wanted to provide the latest news to help keep you up to date during these times. Here are the latest industry updates: FMCSA Extension Until May 15 The

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Helping Drivers to Stay Safe During Covid-19 – Visor Card

As we are all aware, the world is changing rapidly, and we are going through an unprecedented time of uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. At times like this, it becomes even more apparent how the nation’s truckers support us

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COVID-19 Information for Fleets and Drivers

Transportation workers are key to keeping the country moving at this time of crisis, ensuring hospitals have equipment and supplies and keeping food on supermarket shelves. It’s clear though that transportation companies are working in a completely different environment, even

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