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Smart Warehouse
Saint-Denis, France - November 08, 2018
Conference / congress

GEODIS organizes its first hackathon. Professionals in IT, dataviz, prediction, AI are invited to participate.

Challenge 1: Enable the warehouse manager to quickly understand, through 2D or 3D visualization, how to optimize storage.
Challenge 2: Anticipate the activity in order to optimize the human and material resources.

The key to the winning team of each challenge: a contract with GEODIS to implement the solution with an envelope of 20.000 Euro

Date(s):
November 08, 2018

Time(s):
8:30 am to 6:30 pm (GMT +01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Venue:
SNCF Espace, 574, 10 rue Camille Moke, 93210

Ticketing:
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