The term "Logistics 4.0" was coined a few years ago in close association with the wider known "Industry 4.0" concept, which refers to successive industrial revolutions: from mechanization with steam engines, through electrification and computerization, and reaching the use of intelligent and automated systems based on data in the 4th revolution. In Logistics, the same evolution has been followed and it is now the moment in which Artificial Intelligence is beginning to be used to improve processes.
March 2020 has gone down in history as the month in which the COVID19 pandemic broke out in Western Europe. Half of the world's population was subjected to some form of preventive confinement. How will it affect logistics?