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KINETICA SOLUTIONS

Supply Chain + Logistics

Vehicles, location, sensors, personnel, weather, traffic, demand, supply: Kinetica ingests fast-moving data from logistics networks in constant flux to deliver decision-ready analysis. The world’s largest logistics organizations rely on Kinetica Active Analytics to optimize real-time operations.

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DEMAND FORECASTING + DYNAMIC INVENTORY REPLENISHMENT

Stream inventory data and restock automatically, from medical supplies to emergency equipment, consumer goods to food supplies, sending inventory where it’s needed most. Combine and analyze current supply chain data to fill in the gaps before customers ever see any. Ingest, aggregate, and analyze streaming data sources such as connected fleet and point-of-sale data in real time. Reduce costs, optimize inventory, avoid over and understocking, and improve overall operational efficiency to better serve both customers and employees.

DEMAND-RESPONSIVE SUPPLY CHAINS + ROUTING

Get real-time visibility into demand to coordinate supply chains and delivery options to solve complex logistical challenges. Dynamically optimize routes for speed, efficiency, delivery method, and cost. Leverage graph analytics for shortest point analysis, as well as geospatial analytics at scale to visualize your fleet in real time, and react to changing circumstances to improve delivery efficiency. Analyze fast-moving streaming data sources, from sensors to personnel, weather, traffic and more. Power analytics-driven route planning and optimization to save time and improve customer satisfaction.

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DATA-DRIVEN OPERATIONS + FLEET MANAGEMENT

Improve the efficiency of the entire organization with a real-time understanding of operations and supply chain risk. See interactive visualizations and analysis of automated trip logs for insight into driver safety and efficiency, and perform predictive maintenance analytics. Apply active analytics to large-scale AV testing data to parse anomalies for regulatory reporting and algorithm improvements.

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