Europe's largest port inks IoT deal with IBM

Nicholas Fearn
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Rotterdam aims to be the smartest port in the world

Europe's largest port has inked a long-term digitisation deal with technology giant IBM in a bid to roll out a range of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. More than 461 million tons of cargo...

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