Mobility as a service (MaaS) promotes integrated mobility through advanced technologies that were deployed by both private and public sectors. The cooperation across industries makes it easier to create services that respond in real-time. It is also essential to address the customer’s unique preferences, making their journey safe, efficient, and quick.
Client transparency refers to the inclusion of clients in every step of the manufacturing process. This transparency starts when an order is made and includes information concerning production materials, supply chains, equipment, and the post-processing process.
The integration of digital tech to develop a smart factory comes with multiple benefits such as data-driven optimization, predictive maintenance, machine as a service, and many others – but implementation comes with many challenges.
We rely on our connected digital devices to help us through our daily lives. And yet, factories have been slow to embrace these changes because the landscape is confusing and not well defined. So what is Smart Manufacturing, and why are people excited about it?
The digital engineering landscape is constantly shaping. Digital Engineering incorporates automation, Industry 4.0, and the digital thread in its endeavors. In the modern technological world, connectivity and social networking are the norms.
Wealth management provides a useful illustration of the need to embed AI into the organizational DNA rather than add it on top. In fact, it would appear that at all of these companies, there’s not just an AI system at work, but a new way of doing business.
Microsoft is officially confirming the name for the next release of Windows today: Windows 11. After months of teases, hints of the number 11, and a giant Windows 11 leak, Microsoft’s new operating system is official. The big focus for Windows 11 is a simplification of the Windows user interface, a new Windows store, and improvements to performance and multitasking. Windows 11 will also include support for running Android apps for the first time.
Some of the most promising opportunities in healthcare today come from using non-clinical data to improve patient engagement and outcomes. Looking beyond electronic medical records (EMRs) means we gain visibility into not just patients’ conditions, but their preferences, needs, challenges, and resources. With this visibility, healthcare companies can implement best practices, using artificial intelligence and machine learning to create empathy to enhance the patient experience and improve patient outcomes.
Being able to effectively collaborate and seamlessly share documentation, from discovery and regulatory approval to commercial production, provides an essential path to maximize efficiency during even the most turbulent of times. Now, forward-thinking organizations are taking important steps to further resilience and drive performance — elevating enterprise content management (ECM) to new heights. The goal is to thrive, not just survive in 2021.
Many global government organizations have recognized the role that data can play in making them more agile and giving them the tools to adjust services as required. The pandemic has accelerated the Indian Government’s existing approach to data innovation and has likely helped inform its new National Data Strategy, which intends to remove barriers and improve collaboration across the public sector.