FL Chamber Foundation Hosts Transportation Summit

Posted at 12:49 pm on 11/03/2017



GLOBAL TRADE AND INNOVATION

 Are Florida's Transportation & Logistics Systems Prepared?

 

"A fully autonomous transport chain will extend from loading, stowage, and sailing to unloading directly onto autonomous trains and trucks, with last-mile deliveries by drones."

This is one of the projections identified in a recent study released by consultancy McKinsey & Co. on how the global liner industry can re-invent itself for the digital age. The global economy is expected to double in size throughout the next 20 years. Economic development in areas such as international trade, sea port, manufacturing, aerospace, aviation and other targeted clusters is tied directly to innovation and diversification. 

Can Florida adapt to increasing technology disruptions to remain globally competitive in 2030 and beyond?

 

Join Business and Industry Leaders

Register today to hear from Sec. Mike Dew live on December 12 in Port Canaveral as we take an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities facing Florida’s transportation systems today and throughout the next 20 years.

                             

As our community embarks on an ambitious logistics expansion an important conversation and an important study.



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