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Open Logistics License encourages commercialisation

Open Logistics License encourages commercialisation

Finding better solutions together for the further digitalisation of logistics: That is the mission of the Open Logistics Foundation. “The open source components that companies develop in our open source community should become an essential part of logistics,” says Andreas Nettsträter, CEO of the Open Logistics Foundation. “The more companies use our basic functionalities and integrate them into their systems, the faster logistics standards spread and improve.” 

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Open Logistics Foundation invites to second community event

In the spirit of the open source idea, we are opening the second community event "Get connected and #joinOS" to all interested parties. You are interested in the latest information on open source solutions for logistics and supply chain management? You are...

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LogiMAT Forum on “the emerging Silicon Economy”

"Silicon Economy" is the synonym for the coming, AI-based platform economy - and the topic of a LogiMAT Trade Forum on Tuesday, 31 May 2022, as part of the International Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management logiMAT from 31 May to 2 June this...

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Logistical and Technical Steering Committee meet for their kick-offs

Logistical and Technical Steering Committee meet for their kick-offs

The Logistical Steering Committee (LSC) and the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) of the Open Logistics Foundation met for its virtual kick-off. While the LSC plays a key role in shaping the content of the Open Logistics Foundation and ensures the relevance and quality of the open source projects, the TSC supports and challenges the technical development of the Foundations open source solutions and is the first point of contact for questions related to technical feasibility and realisation. 

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