Noam Eppel, co-founder and COO at Morpheus.Network, will be speaking at the upcoming Cold Chain Global Forum, taking place from June 10th to 12th in San Diego, California.
Sponsored by Controlant, Frostime, and Packaging Technology Group, the conference is intended to bring together a variety of thought leaders to discuss the impact of emerging technologies on the global life science supply chain. Key note speakers include Shital Park Mars (CEO of Progressive Care), Chris J Anderson (Director of Quality Systems at Cardinal Health and Member of the Expert Committee at U.S. Pharmacopeia), along with many speakers in academics, executives, and decision makers working in a range of relevant fields.
Noam is scheduled to give the conference’s closing keynote, titled “Putting It All Together: Optimizing the Application of Emerging Technologies”. It will focus on technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things, examining how they are being used and how these practices are likely to change in the near future.
These and other technologies are already impacting the temperature controlled life science supply chain and a wide range of other use cases. We expect their importance to keep growing as more and more companies begin updating their approach to logistics and leveraging the potential of emerging technologies.
Members of the Morpheus.Network team often have speaking engagements at conferences and other events worldwide, and we view these as a great opportunity to promote the Morpheus.Network platform and network with other thought leaders. Follow our Medium page for updates on future presentations and all other Morpheus.Network news.
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