The logistics landscape is complex and challenging with constant change. Cargo volumes are changing, infrastructure, operations, vehicles, and processes are evolving over time.
When evaluating positioning technology, this is not an exception. Satellite receivers and inertial systems have become more accurate, reliable, flexible and configurable than ever before. The age-old belief that positioning requires an expensive infrastructural overhaul is now outdated and invalid. Yet hardware and technology used in, for example, container terminals to track vehicles and accurately provide a position at all times, is often outdated, complex or expensive.