First Line Software was selected to automate its Archive and Logistics Center (ALC), which occupied 53,000 square meters. It is the largest warehousing automation project in Eastern Europe. The challenging fact is that the ALC employees have no physical access to the storage areas and the entire process of archive operations is fully automated.
Disruptions that are crisis-level happen. Being prepared is key. Having systems and processes in place to ensure business continuity can make the difference between barely riding out the storm or rising above the situation to thrive and make continuous progress. Companies that have shored up their companies with digital transformation initiatives are in a much stronger position to thrive rather than hope to survive a crisis or downturn in the economy.
Apple has promised to release 3 new iPhone models by the fall of 2018. Each of them will have a facial recognition function called Face ID and the A12 processor. As more smartphones with facial recognition are released to the market, the faster biometrical identification technology will become widely used. The facial recognition market is awaiting something like “Big bang”. Nowadays banks, shops, and transportation companies are testing these systems, and the most interesting of the cases are included in this digest.
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