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All I need is data – and a mobile / Todo lo que necesito son datos - y un celular

By the time you read the first lines of this article almost 4 million Facebook users have liked a post on the social media and created a massive wave of data reverberating across the web. And it will only keep on growing as more humans and things are joining Internet.

To make it more interesting, supply chain wise, the surge of a gadgetry to ensure a continuous connection via wearables, virtual reality gear and alike will provide a larger than life meaning to the visibility. How not to be drowned by the tsunami of data coming our way?

For a start it takes a standard to ensure the common vocabulary is there, logistics in particular has a dictionary of Commerce Terms (INCOTERMS) from the International Chamber of Commerce to ensure that we leave the misunderstanding behind when dealing half a world apart. Which is good when we talk between humans, but what about the things or machines that are also involved in the trade?

There is a similar dictionary of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) that is supported by the American National Standard Institute for the US and the United Nations rules for Electronic Data Interchange for, well, the rest of the world.

Now that we are talking, perhaps we need to pay attention to the fact that mobility has taken the world by storm, and today in Barcelona 100k visitors are trying to mobilize during a metro strike. Keys are getting hot.

Gustavo Pisani, Richmond, 22 February 2016

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Para cuando lea las primeras líneas de este artículo alrededor de 4 millones de usuarios de Facebook han dado like a la red social creando una ola masiva de datos reverberando a lo largo de la red. Y esto seguirá creciendo mientras humanos y cosas se incorporen sin parar a Internet.

Para hacerlo más interesante para la Cadena de Abastecimiento, el aumento de los equipos que aseguran la conexión continua vía portátiles, realidad virtual y otros, brindará un significado exagerado a la visibilidad. Cómo no resultar ahogado por el tsunami de datos que se acerca?

Para comenzar se necesita un estándar para asegurar un vocabulario común, logística en particular dispone de un diccionario de Términos Comerciales (INCOTERMS) de la Cámara de Comercio Internacional para asegurar que superamos las barreras cuando negociamos con socios lejanos. Lo cual es bueno para la conversación entre humanos pero y las cosas y maquinas que forman parte del circuito comercial?

Existe un diccionario similar de Intercambio de Datos Electrónico (EDI) soportado por el Instituto Americano de Normas para los Estados Unidos y la Reglas para el Intercambio Electronico de Datos de las Naciones Unidas, para el resto del mundo.

Ahora que nos comunicamos, quizas debemos prestar atención a la revolución creada por la movilidad en el mundo, mientras hoy en Barcelona 100k visitantes tratan de movilizarse con una huelga del metro. Una ironía de clase mundial.

Gustavo Pisani, Richmond, 22 Febrero 2016

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