For freight transportation, the implementation of blockchain is expected to focus on using the technology to reduce or remove third-party costs, better protect connected vehicles, and increase transparency.
Fleets and utility companies can find common ground to talk about how they can work together to meet the charging needs of commercial battery electric vehicles.
Silicon Valley-based companies to offer cost savings and real-time data for Opus9’s truckload customers.
New applications aim to improve customer experience, product availability, operational efficiency and time to value.
While many experts are bullish on blockchain — particularly in the freight transportation space — others suggest the technology may still be a bit overhyped.