Supply Chain Management

Theme Location Intelligence: Reimagining Supply Chain

16-17 November 2022 | Hall 1.05 – 1.06


Supply chain management is considered the backbone of a nation. In today’s interconnected world, the smooth functioning of the supply chain is critical as it links numerous markets, suppliers, and consumers dispersed across geographies. By fusing several layers of data into a single perspective, location technology provides business with situational awareness, allowing better decision-making and leading to a more efficient, resilient and maximized supply chain.

The logistics and supply chain sector suffers from an overreliance of manual operations and maintaining large amounts of data in many formats and locations. Location technology presents great prospects in supporting the sector’s growth and maximize productivity during a time of rapid technical advancement and national digital transformation. Read More...

Some of the biggest difficulties in supply chain management include vehicle tracking, driving behavior analysis, fleet alarms, fuel management, route planning and monitoring, inventory management, facility monitoring, traceability, demand prediction, retail consumption analysis, third- party logistics, reverse logistics, last mile delivery, and end-to-end logistics services. These problems can be resolved with the aid of location technology using effective solutions and planned management.

Utilizing location technology, such as Satellite Hyperspectral Images, drones, LIDAR, IoT, IIoT and sensors, automatically reduces complexity by highlighting subtle geographic patterns and relationships that can serve as the foundation for better decision-making, simpler processes and a robust supply chain.

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Program Topics

1030-1130 Hrs
Opening Session: First mile and last mile Delivery: Reshaping Customer Experience
  • Satellite imagery for last mile delivery
  • Use of drones in supply chain management
  • Intelligent maps for route optimization
  • The rise of cloud-based applications
1400-1530 Hrs
End-to-End (E2E) Supply Chain Planning and Visibility
  • Managing complete life cycle of the product, from raw material to manufacturing until delivery
  • Better decision-making using maps
  • Improving fleet management with real-time data
  • Use of location intelligence in E2E supply chain
0930-1030 Hrs
Trends in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
  • Location Technology disrupting supply chain management
  • The era of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Location intelligence and its benefits
1630-1800 Hrs
Location Technology in Warehouse and Logistics
  • Spatially intelligent warehousing
  • Location data warehousing for decision making processes
  • Digital Warehouses using IoT, IIOT and RFID
  • Automated warehousing for product stocking
1630-1800 Hrs
Future of Drone Technology
  • Integrated platforms
  • Customized manufacturing of drones
  • Limitations and challenges using drones


Sanjiv Garg

Managing Director - Pipavav Railway Corporation Limited, Secretary General - The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation India Chapter

Neeraj Bansal

Co-head and Chief Operating Officer
India Global KPMG

Aditya Marwah

Supply Chain Products - West Central Asia & Africa
A.P. Moller – Maersk

Maj. Gaurav Patni ( Retd )

Associate Director

Bharat Joshi

Container Associated Container Terminals Limited

Xander Van Der Heijden


Nandan Agarwal

Managing Director
Nandan Petrochem Limited

Keyur Doshi

Deputy General Manager
Vadilal Industries Limited

Abhishek Rao

RSA Global

Suresh Kumar Kannappan

Chief Commercial Officer
DB Schenker

Prem Vislawath

Marut Drones

Vinoth Raja

Co – Founder

Aims and objectives

To provide a platform for showcasing technological demonstrations and utilizing the expertise and experiences of relevant stakeholders

To deliberate on current technology trends in Supply Chain Management

To highlight Government Schemes and Policy guidelines

Opportunity to showcase technology demonstration and leveraging relevant stakeholders knowledge and experiences

In addition to the above the event will create an excellent opportunity for networking and establish a sustainable network of partner and stakeholder organizations.


Learn from good practices demonstrated across the country

Utilize an opportunity to disseminate the results of successful Supply Chain Management System and Location Technology in totality

Meet your peers and share what works and what doesn’t and identify synergies and ways of working together to help in your future work

Be part of a key Location policy and advocacy development and feed into concrete recommendations for action


  • Policy Makers
  • Manufacturers
  • Suppliers
  • Retailers
  • Innovators
  • Distributors
  • Startups
  • Transporters
  • Warehouses
  • Consulting Agencies
  • Consumers
  • Academia