On September 30th, the Spanish logistics industry will analyze the latest news about technologies in an online event called LYT20. The organizers informed this to Cointelegraph en Español, through a press release.
The event will have four round tables that will talk about Blockchain, IoT, Artificial Intelligence and Open Innovation. Each one of them will be formed by speakers from companies, SMEs, startups, associations, etc, who will present their cases of use of new technologies applied to logistics processes.
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According to the organizers, this diversity of profiles will allow the attendees to know the same technology from different points of view: „In the case of Bitcoin System, you will be able to see real success stories told -for example- by a big exporter applying blockchain technology in its logistic processes, or the case of use of a startup that has developed a food traceability solution for another big company“.
„Those attending the event will not only have the opportunity to learn first-hand about the different use cases presented individually by each expert, but also each member of the table will be able to interact with each other and exchange points of view during the discussion time (which will take up half of the round table),“ the press release detailed.
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ChainGO Tech has launched this initiative together with Fagor Electrónica Smart Data Services and the IME, (Spanish Maritime Institute), with the aim of promoting the digital transformation of the logistics sector as a solution to the crisis arising from the pandemic.
In this first edition, the LYT20 expects to gather more than 1,500 people from the main companies of the logistics industry, so that this first edition will have a great impact and will echo the need for the adoption of new technologies to compete in an environment that is threatened by the crisis.
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To achieve this, associations such as the Clúster Marítimo Español, Alastria, EIT Urban Mobility, Connected Mobility HUB and CEEI Castellón have also joined in the initiative.
With the panel of experts practically closed, LYT20 has already opened the registration for free for those interested, through a form.