Companies are using artificial intelligence to perform vital visual inspections of aircraft and check jet engines for missing parts.
By telling them exactly which uneaten foods are going in the bin, artificial intelligence is helping commercial kitchens save money and a precious resource.
Ports are using the high-speed networks to deploy everything from remote controlled cranes to connected tugboats.
Electric vehicles in ports and ships running on alternative fuels both will play a role in reducing emissions. Some changes are happening now, with others taking more time.
Covid-19 exposed clear weaknesses in the global supply chain, but through use of artificial intelligence, digital twins and machine learning the future is looking much smoother.