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ラストワンマイルのボトルネックは

hayyuji9401010さん

2017/3/614:22:25

ラストワンマイルのボトルネックは

どの様に解消されるのだろうか?

宅配、引っ越し、運送、物流、運輸の
未来とは?
(それぞれのグランドピクチャー(理想像)とは?)

ヤマト運輸やその他運輸企業は、
2050.2100年には、いったいどの様に
なっていくのだろうか?

運輸、社会カテゴリー皆さんの
ご回答のほど、
お待ちしております。

https://ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ラストワンマイル
ラストワンマイル(英語: Last one mile)とは、家庭や企業のユーザーに通信のための接続を提供する最終行程であり、通信事業者の最寄の加入者局からユーザの建物までのネットワーク接続のための手段のこと。現在では特にインターネット接続の最終行程を指す。

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_mile

The last mile or last kilometer is a colloquial phrase widely used in the telecommunications, cable television and internet industries to refer to the final leg of the telecommunications networks that deliver telecommunication services to retail end-users (customers). More specifically, the last mile refers to the portion of the telecommunications network chain that physically reaches the end-user's premises. Examples are the copper wire subscriber lines connecting landline telephones to the local telephone exchange; coaxial cable service drops carrying cable television signals from utility poles to subscribers' homes, and cell towers linking local cell phones to the cellular network. The word "mile" is used metaphorically; the length of the last mile link may be more or less than a mile. Because the last mile of a network to the user is conversely the first mile from the user's premises to the outside world when the user is sending data (sending an email, for example), the term first mile is also alternately used.
The last mile is typically the speed bottleneck in communication networks; its bandwidth effectively limits the bandwidth of data that can be delivered to the customer. This is because retail telecommunication networks have the topology of "trees", with relatively few high capacity "trunk" communication channels branching out to feed many final mile "leaves". The final mile links, being the most numerous and thus most expensive part of the system, as well as having to interface with a wide variety of user equipment, are the most difficult to upgrade to new technology. For example, telephone trunklines that carry phone calls between switching centers are made of modern optical fiber, but the last mile is typically twisted pair wires, a technology which has essentially remained unchanged for over a century since the original laying of copper phone cables.
To resolve, or at least mitigate, the problems involved with attempting to provide enhanced services over the last mile, some firms have been mixing networks for decades. One example is fixed wireless access, where a wireless network is used instead of wires to connect a stationary terminal to the wireline network. Various solutions are being developed which are seen as an alternative to the last mile of standard incumbent local exchange carriers. These include WiMAX and broadband over power lines.
In recent years, usage of the term "last mile" has expanded outside the communications industries, to include other distribution networks that deliver goods to customers, such as the pipes that deliver water and natural gas to customer premises, and the final legs of mail and package delivery services.

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qxwetygdrさん

2017/3/1201:08:40

元郵便局員がお答えします。

自ずと解消されるでしょうね

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