Logistics optimization presents opportunities for customizing services and improving time, speed, and safety. Moreover, connected and self-driving vehicles, automated traffic control systems, variable speed limits, and dynamic traffic signaling are just some of the technologies that are changing the competitive landscape. Geocoding, tagging, tracking, and data mining support many of these applications.

Jacoby has worked with carriers, shippers, and government policymakers on all sides of logistics flows for over 30 years. He helps to evaluate new markets, define policies and procedures, architecture and data governance systems, select technologies and vendors, conduct pilot programs, implement full-scale rollouts, and cut costs where necessary.

Production Scheduling

Vehicle Routing and Autonomous Vehicles


Track/Trace and Location-Based Services

Distribution, Warehousing and Cross-Docking

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