Now you decide!
The jury of experts met on August 18th as part of the call for tenders for the Digital Logistics Award 2020. Of the 32 applicants from 13 countries, 8 start-ups made it to the grand final. What is special about the Award is that selected experts from logistics community decide on the winners. Each finalist is allowed to pitch three minutes at the Future Congress Logistics and present themselves and their innovative ideas.
Auve Tech is the first start-up to enter the race. A start-up company founded in Estonia in 2018 that aimes to revolutionize the future of transit worldwide. Their product is an electric, autonomous shuttle for local transport and last-mile logistics.
Boxwise is a start-up from Rotterdam, the Netherlands that focuses on logistics in the humanitarian sector. They want to make aid deliveries – and the associated logistics – usable for everyone and are presenting their online platform for mobile phones and laptops.
The Everstox team from Munich wants to make first-class sales accessible to independent companies of all sizes in order to compete in logistics with giants like Amazon. The first API-controlled platform for warehouse & logistics is supposed to support this.
The start-up Filics also comes from Munich with its innovative driverless pallet transport system with which they want to renew their intralogistics in a future-oriented manner. The product entered the pilot phase in August 2020.
Gapcharge is developing an intelligent fleet charging solution, a wireless charging system for logistics and light electric vehicles – e.g. logistics scooter. The start-up from Duisburg was founded this year.
How.fm is a digital coach for training and performance support for skilled workers. For example, it supports introductory training for safety, health protection and the training of new employees. It is automatically translated into more than 20 languages.
The Neohelden from Karlsruhe present “Neo”, the digital AI assistent for companies and want to break new ground in logistics, especially in the area of package delivery. The system optimizes and learns automatically with continouse use.
WAKU Robotics is a provider-independent, SaaS-capable procurement platform for mobile robots for warehouse and factory operators. The start-up from Berlin wants to make the entire process of robot automation easier and was founded in 2019.
The final of the Digital Logistics Award 2020 will take place digitally for the first time on September 15th. This year the entire future congress Logistics will be offered digitally and participation is free. The eight finalists will pitch from 3:15 pm and then the professional audience votes on the winners, which will be announced on September 16th at the Award Ceremony.
The sponsors of this year’s award include DAKOSY data communication system AG, Loxxess AG and Sick AG. They will announce the placements.
To register for the Congress click here.