How 2022 could witness the growth of location intelligence in Asia Pacific


Across Asia Pacific, many countries are learning to live with the coronavirus as borders are gradually being re-opened. Location data has the power to forecast demand, identify supply chain disruptions, and facilitate infrastructure planning, just to name a few. The need for location intelligence will thus become more prevalent as auto manufacturers seek greater supply chain efficiency, sustainability, and end-to-end visibility. It’s time to address the ‘where’ question. From the trends that I’ve outlined above, it’s clear that location intelligence is gaining ground in Asia Pacific. The author is Senior Vice President and General Manager Asia Pacific, HERE Technologies.