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One Network Enterprises Named a Leader in Nucleus Research 2021 Supply Chain Planning Technology Value Matrix

DALLAS, March 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — One Network Enterprises, a leader in intelligent control towers for autonomous supply chain management, today announced that Nucleus Research, a provider of case-based technology research and advisory services, has ranked the Company as a Leader in the 2021 Supply Chain Planning Technology Value Matrix. One Network is acknowledged for its virtual agent technology, NEO, which can learn tasks in support of autonomously managing supply chain operations, and for advanced initiatives such as causal forecasting, multi-echelon transportation and inventory optimization, and what-if scenario planning. The report also reaffirms the control tower platform’s key

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China is raising the alarm over corporate surveillance. But it’s got a massive network of its own – Erie News Now

Chinese authorities, meanwhile, have started investigating some of the companies featured on the program. Prosecutors announced Wednesday that they would open a probe into Ovopark, a Chinese company that supplied cameras to Kohler. Regulators in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Shanghai all said they would investigate companies accused of misusing facial recognition data, too.

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EHang Supports Chinese National Transportation Network Plan Nasdaq:EH

GUANGZHOU, China, Feb. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On February 24, 2021, China’s State Council issued guidelines for the development of a comprehensive transportation network by 2035. Entitled “Guidelines of the National Comprehensive Transportation Network Plan” (the “Guidelines”), this important national strategic initiative advocates for the development of a modern, high-quality and intelligent transportation network. In particular, it calls for further research and development of intelligent transport equipment, and the promotion of intelligent network-connected vehicles (such as in the areas of intelligent cars, autonomous driving and vehicle-road coordination). Furthermore, the Guidelines propose the idea of “intelligent general aviation vehicle applications”,

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Facing an EV boom, AEP, Duke, 4 other utilities unveil plan for multi-regional charging network

Dive Brief:

  • A half dozen utilities on Tuesday announced a plan to provide electric vehicle (EV) drivers with a “seamless network” of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highways in the South, Midwest, Gulf and Central Plains regions.
  • The Electric Highway Coalition includes Duke Energy, American Electric Power (AEP), Dominion Energy, Entergy Corporation, Southern Company and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
  • The transportation sector is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, and there is growing recognition that EV infrastructure is necessary to decarbonize the economy. Federal support for vehicle electrification is
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How To Build A Strong, Reliable Transportation Network

Businesses of all shapes and sizes know if they don’t have a strong, reliable transportation network, their products won’t reach customers. Let’s face it, if customers aren’t getting what they want, they will quickly move to another company that delivers what they need when they need it, damage-free.

Along with the challenge of delivering orders on-time, the cost of moving freight in North America is forecast to increase 6.6 percent in 2018. Coupled with

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EHang Supports Chinese National Transportation Network Plan

GUANGZHOU, China, Feb. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On February 24, 2021, China’s State Council issued guidelines for the development of a comprehensive transportation network by 2035. Entitled “Guidelines of the National Comprehensive Transportation Network Plan” (the “Guidelines”), this important national strategic initiative advocates for the development of a modern, high-quality and intelligent transportation network. In particular, it calls for further research and development of intelligent transport equipment, and the promotion of intelligent network-connected vehicles (such as in the areas of intelligent cars, autonomous driving and vehicle-road coordination). Furthermore, the Guidelines propose the idea of “intelligent general aviation vehicle applications”,

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