On Wednesday, April 21, LYT21 was celebrated, an online event where companies, all from the logistics and technology sectors, met to learn about the most innovative solutions being adopted in the market.
After the success of the first edition held in Spain, LYT20, ChainGO has decided to undertake this second edition in the United States, organizing it hand in hand with major associations such as Virginia Maritime Association, Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), Old Dominion University, Global Trade Magazine, CITT (Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation), among others. KoiReader, ChainYard, WITRAC and Women’s Startup Community have also joined the initiative as collaborators.
WHAT IS LYT21?
The LYT21 event is the meeting point between the highlighted companies of the logistics industry and the new technologies that are already revolutionizing this sector.
“In this second edition of 2021, our mission is to accelerate the digital transformation process in the logistics industry, in a time of crisis where the adoption of the most disruptive technologies to achieve more efficient supply chains, can make the difference between surviving or not in the logistics industry of the future. A future that is already here. “This is how the organization describes it.
To this end, the event was available to everyone, and free for 3 hours, four panels of experts in which we seen real use cases with direct application of the latest technologies in logistics processes.
The objective of this event has been to raise awareness of the opportunities that the most disruptive technologies are offering for supply chains.
BLOCKCHAIN, IOT, AI AND CYBERSECURITY.
The event has been divided into four round tables where the four most disruptive technologies applied to logistics were discussed: Blockchain, IoT, Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity. For this, the LYT21 had a panel of more than 15 experts from large companies, startups, consulting companies and associations.
Different use cases of the application of the same technology were presented but from different points of view (explained from a large corporate, a startup, an association, etc.). In addition, once each of the different use cases has been presented, there was an open panel discussion among the different profiles at the table.
In this second edition of the event, and first U.S. edition, the event has reached a number of more than 350 attendees, most of them from the North American logistics industry.
The replays are available here: https://bit.ly/3dVK13p
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