Companies, industries and people depend on the safe, secure and timely transport of goods around the world. But are our logistics systems sufficiently equipped to serve the needs of the 21st century?

With the logistics sector in a state of contraction, the route to success is clear. It points to intelligence that will streamline the flow of information across your business and ensure the efficient transport of goods to their destination. CGI’s Intelligent Cargo solution supports companies in managing the logistical and administrative requirements for transporting goods, regardless of load size.

The challenge

Many tracking solutions support only very specific business processes and are often limited in handling goods that move across different business domains and involve different modes of transport. By combining technology with intelligence, Intelligent Cargo addresses these limitations while improving the efficiency of supply chains, reducing emissions, ensuring product integrity and improving regulatory compliance.

Intelligent Cargo gives organizations complete control over the supply chain. It streamlines the information flow across business domains, lowers technical and semantic barriers, and enables business process improvement.

What Intelligent Cargo offers

Intelligent Cargo provides a neutral, decentralized ICT infrastructure that allows real-world objects, new planning services, including CO2 calculation capabilities, and existing systems to co-exist and efficiently cooperate at an affordable cost for logistics stakeholders.

Our vision for intelligent cargo is to facilitate automatic, reactive decision-making and to integrate real-time information with planning processes to optimize environmental performance, including current information about traffic and transport infrastructure conditions.

With Intelligent Cargo:

  • Vehicles can talk to systems and to each other to synchronize movements and logistics operations across various modes and actors to become more efficient and lower CO2 emissions
  • Logistics services can be adapted to changing conditions through dynamic planning methods involving intelligent cargo, vehicle and infrastructure systems
  • Services, resources and information from different stakeholders can be combined as an integrated part of an open freight management ecosystem