Megatrends in logistics
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What can bring logistics to a standstill, and how do we prevent gridlock? In HHLA Talk, a logistics professor and a port expert discuss.
Day-to-day operations in a major port require a guiding hand. In Hamburg, this is provided by HVCC.
HHLA Sky wants to change the drone market. Innovation is therefore the driver of an entire business model.
Their sheer size makes seaports a great option for automation. What are the reasons for and the limits of this process?
A fully automated gate system has been introduced at HHLA TK Estonia's container terminal. It makes work much easier, both for truck drivers and for employees.
To what extent has this technology already been developed, and how is AI used in the logistics industry?
What distinguishes quantum computers from conventional computers? And in which tasks can they develop their potential?
Collaboration on the import message platform IMP speeds up port processes in Hamburg
Is it possible to move containers at 600 km/h using very little energy? The brand new Hyperloop transport system is expected to make it possible.
Consultants at HPC are preparing a quantum leap in the organisation of terminal processes: AI that stacks containers and finds the best solution independently.
The importance of artificial intelligence is increasing significantly in the international port environment, with implications for job profiles. Nils Kemme from HPC gives an outlook.
Will hydrogen drive decarbonisation forward? Georg Böttner analyses the new fuel source and is optimistic. He sees many opportunities for HHLA.
Digital technology is ushering in a new era at Hamburg’s Speicherstadt historical warehouse district – where landmark protection and technical progress aren’t mutually exclusive.
HHLA-Sky has won the German Innovation Award 2021. Managing Director Lothar Müller on the future of drone logistics and the Hamburg UDVeo project.
HHLA will check the state of their container gantry cranes with the help of artificial intelligence and photo-capable drones.
The Container Transport Service (CTD) has digitalized all processes, including the "last mile" on the way to the customer. This is what the SMILE project stands for.
Real objects and processes are increasingly being digitalised. And digital twins can help people better understand, evaluate and shape their world.
Hamburg is one of the ports with the best and most connected IT networks in the world. Which digital locks must an export container pass through before it is shipped?