Artifical Intelligence & IoT
The Ghost Within
Artificial Intelligence combined with the IoT will help to cope with the demographic change, increase security, support medical diagnosis, overcome language barriers and interpret the terabytes of data that accumulate each day. As a consequence, the coming years will see the emergence of previously unknown services and revolutionary business models based on AI.
Automotive & IoT
The Roads Must Roll
The disruptive driver of 21st century’s mobility is the IoT. Improved safety, predictive maintenance, optimized fuel consumption and infotainment will radically change how we view the car. Connected vehicles using the IoT and smart platforms will become parts of dynamic systems creating a new and sustainable concept of driving.
Big Data, Cloud & IoT
The Library Of Babel
The IoT is, above all, an Internet of data that will link up to 50 billion objects in 2020. This means that a long-term IoT strategy requires integrated platforms made up of modules, connectivity and cloud solutions that are powerful enough to overcome the challenges posed by the immense volume, velocity and variety of data in the IoT.
Sports & IoT
Hit The Road, Jack
Measuring, monitoring and analyzing in sport are being completely revolutionized by the IoT. Within a few short years, every jersey, bicycle, racket and even athletes themselves will be fitted with sensors that relay data via sports clouds. This will boost the efficiency of individual training strategies and allow significantly better protection for the physical condition of the athletes.
Education, Skills & IoT
Fundamental innovations such as the Internet of Things are resulting in the almost overnight disappearance of established models of business, education and society. With this in mind, we must not only radically rethink our notion of management but also exploit the opportunity that the Internet of Things offers early on in school and university education.