In the Winter edition of Mail and Express Review, Prime Vision’s Innovation Director Bernd van Dijk explains his vision on the self-organising parcel.

Bernd van Dijk: “I think it’s accurate to say, that fairly soon, a parcel will be smart enough to make informed, agile decisions that ensure the most effective delivery options.

PostNL opened its 25th parcel sorting center inTilburg, the Netherlands on 11 November. From this new sustainable sorting center, sized appr. 7.600 square meters, PostNL will sort about 32.000 parcels on a daily basis. Prime Vision again played an important role in the whole sorting, coding and registered mail processes by implementing a Sorting Decision System, Coding platform and Sort 2 light system.

Yesterday, for the 8th  consecutive year, the award ceremony of Main Software 50 took place in Amsterdam.

Prime Vision is proud to have secured a place among the 50 most successful software companies in the Netherlands.

With a record number of subscriptions, this year’s edition was more competitive than ever.

This week a successful collaboration between Prime Vision and UWV Employer Service Haaglanden has been reinforced by signing a partnership. UWV has already supplied several suitable candidates that were previously unemployed.

UWV: “What makes Prime Vision special for us is the open attitude towards people, their view of being a good employer and providing excellent service to their customers”.

The kick-off session of our OCR Masterclass, organized specifically for our customers, took place last week and was met with a lot of positive feedback!

The Masterclass centers around OCR and everything it entails, i.e. its importance, use and developments.

If you are interested in attending an OCR Masterclass as well, please get in touch and we will contact you soon.

Prime vision is proud to announce it has joined the Dutch AI coalition. The AI Coalition is a collaboration between Dutch public and private parties and was set up to encourage the development and use of Artificial Intelligence. The partnership will help Prime Vision remain at the forefront of this innovation.

Earlier this week, our commercial director Dirk van Lammeren and account director Richard Hagen signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Guangdong Tengen Industrial Group Co., Ltd; the Dutch Embassy in Beijing hosted the ceremony.

Richard Hagen: “This is the start of close cooperation to extend the presence of Prime Vision in the Chinese market”.

This year during Parcel + Post Expo, as part of an exciting partnership with our launching customer Nexive, selected clients will be offered a unique opportunity to have a sneak preview of a sorting warehouse where our autonomous sorting concept is running.

Our Vision Engineer Chris van Dam will be speaking at the Parcel + Post Expo Conference about How to solve Addressing Challenges with Deep Learning

Chris gives an insight into how innovative machine learning technologies, such as Deep Learning, promise to meet head-on some of the challenges arising from the ever-expanding eCommerce market.

Prime Vision and its technology partner TWTG have successfully performed a limited production run (LPR) of their joint asset tracking solution for a major national post in Asia Pacific.

In early May 2019, the two teams clearly proved the solution’s robust ability to track objects between two parcel centers.

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