5G and the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) has the potential to transform the way we move people and things from one place to another. In a city setting, IoV and 5G will act as city planners and logistics managers rolled into one. Data and automation will optimize traffic light coordination and send garbage trucks on automated routes. The city of the future? Anything engineers can imagine.
Robb Miller, SVP, Americas at RichRelevance, gives us his take on what personalization means to B2B organizations, challenges B2B ecommerce practitioners are facing and what digital touch points he thinks have greater potential for B2B.
This week's Wicked Quick is brought to you from IRCE @RetailX in Chicago. We met up with Marcus Rottmaier from Productsup and got the low down on why retailers need to be concerned with product content syndication.
As distributors and manufacturers of all makes and sizes convened in Chicago for the annual B2B Online conference they were determined to solve for their most pressing challenge - how to transform their organizations for the digital era.
The anticipated low communication latency and increased network speeds with 5G are drastically heightening further interest in areas where real-time data processing and augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) will be prevalent.