VeChain, an IoT and blockchain provider, has released v1.3.3 of VeChain Thor, its general-purpose blockchain offering. The release is primarily a maintenance release but includes a new feature that allows apps to query the API for information related to pending transactions.
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Orderful, a provider of SaaS solutions for enterprise Electronic Data Interchange, announced a new API platform for EDI that allows users to trade supply chain data globally. This solution is designed to allow companies to integrate once, rather than building custom integrations for every partner.
Recent advancements in technology have transformed the landscape in the logistics arena. Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, are behind this transformation. Developers looking to enhance shipping or supply chain services can check out ProgrammableWeb to find dozens of useful APIs.
Inventory monitoring solutions make it easy for businesses to predict production demands and inventory spoilage remotely to increase efficiency and profits. This tutorial shows you how to leverage Twilio Functions to build an industrial sensor to monitor temperature, humidity and object weight.
project44 has launched connectNG, the next generation of its enterprise SaaS integration platform. connectNG includes a complete refresh of the project44 core services API, significant security enhancements, and new data collection, normalization, and enrichment capabilities.
Amazon introduced a Dash Button and Dash Replenishment Service. A single button push places orders for specific goods.The DRS API integrates with appliances to auto-refill.
In today's globalised world most products you see on the store shelf were probably made from parts sourced from all over the world. As we become more aware of the environmental impact of transporting these parts, it is important to have easily accessible information on how a final product comes together. Sourcemap is a project of the Media Lab at MIT, and it allows users to easily visualise what components go into a product, how they are shipped, and what the environmental impacts are.