Continental is highlighting the role of digitalisation and automation in helping fleets remain efficient, safe and sustainable during the current difficult economic climate.
Its “Smart Tyres” White Paper explores the topic of digital solutions from various perspectives and provides an overview of trends and developments in the logistics sector. It invites users, experts and academics to have their say under the themes of “cost effectiveness”, “predictive maintenance”, “operational safety and sustainability” and “new forms of mobility”.
Continental also reports on the potential of digital solutions and the benefits of networked fleets and vehicles, and looks ahead to new forms of mobility and autonomous driving. Thoroughly researched articles and accessible contributions – including interviews, statements, videos, podcasts and infographics – provide a concise overview and an informed introduction to the topic.
The “Smart Tyres” White Paper provides customers with many years of experience using digital solutions, a platform to bring their thoughts to the table. Sensor experts Niklas Vauth and Sven Wilhelmsen offer an insight into their work and explain where sensor technology is heading; the VDA (German Association of the Automotive Industry) addresses how vehicles are becoming communication hubs; the Würzburg-based Institute for Applied Logistics identifies concrete solutions for sustainable logistics; and car-sharing provider SHARE NOW Denmark outlines the potential of smart tyres for new forms of mobility through the interplay of telematics data and algorithms.
Paul Broker from British hauler G.Webb reports on the benefits of ContiConnect: “Digital solutions is one of the most important topics in the logistics and transport industry. And the new White Paper brings together valuable background information, photos, topic ideas and contact details with this in mind.”