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Delivering User Centered Design (UCD) Strategies
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Raouf Carmi, VP, Product & Digital Transformation, Eagle Investment Systems (subsidiary of BNY Mellon)

Design best practices are imperative when thinking about mobile native, mobile web or a “hybrid” solution. Which strategy is best for your organization? One of the biggest challenges financial institutions have to continuously think...

Using Data to Delight Customers
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Doug Allen, CIO, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

If you offer Wi-Fi to your customers and it’s been a while since you upgraded your wireless infrastructure, it’s time to join the scores of businesses that are using data to better understand customer behavior in your organizations....

Oil and Gas Space Aligns Itself to Today's Technology Disruption
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John Boden, Vice President of Information and Member Services, Society of Petroleum Engineers

The low price of crude oil has been the key factor in the oil and gas market since late 2014. That translates to a need for improved efficiency and innovation. The Technology Roadmap for the Oil and Gas sector At our SPE CIO Round Table...

An Insight into Thwarting GPS Sabotage, Safeguarding Self-driving Cars
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What if you are new in a city and your self-driving car takes you to a shady lane rather than the multiplex where you had to go? Could the GPS have made a mistake? Yes, your GPS might have been spoofed.   FREMONT, CA: Global Positioning...

The Defense Industry-A Microcosm of the Burgeoning App Economy
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Terry Hughes, MD & SVP, AppCarousel

Several companies are heeding the call to create apps for niche markets in the military, and with more government agencies allowing funds to go toward the creation and adoption of the apps; it’s only a matter of time before all of our...

The Internet of Things, in the Real World
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Manuel Bautista, CIO, Harvard Maintenance

The Internet of things (IoT) is a term coined to describe the increasing number of devices embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that collect and exchange data. Everything from smart TVs, medical devices, home...

Big Data and Cloud Computing - The Next Step for Robot Intelligence
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Ayanna Howard, CTO, Zyrobotics, LLC

The Robots are coming! The Robots are coming! The Robots are already here. In recent months, there has been an upsurge in the attention given to robots and artificial intelligence (AI) and their inevitable destruction of the human race if we are...

Oil and Gas Space Aligns Itself to Today's Technology Disruption
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John Boden, Vice President of Information and Member Services, Society of Petroleum Engineers

The low price of crude oil has been the key factor in the oil and gas market since late 2014. That translates to a need for improved efficiency and innovation. The Technology Roadmap for the Oil and Gas sector At our SPE CIO Round Table...

AI : Building the Seamless and Efficient Supply Chain
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When a catch comfort is snapped, many see the race to the base as a rivalry that is both unsustainable and one that no one wins. Transportation stuff comes quickly as a financial cost at both an ecological expense. Data analysis could be used to...

Revenue Ready for Takeoff
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Thomas J. Marano, President, Air Serv Corporation, an ABM Company

Walk through any airport and you will see a common sight–travellers juggle luggage in tow with cell phones, tablets and other devices in hand. Travellers are more technologically adept than ever, demanding better, faster and more...

Gear Up for the Future of Intelligent Robotics
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David Bruemmer, CEO and Cofounder, 5D Robotics Inc

Within a few years the prevalence of intelligent mobility will change dramatically. Many technology companies and automotive manufacturers are ramping up their efforts to develop self-driving cars. However, in order to merge manned and autonomous...

Cloud Deployment: The global manufacturer's answer to agility requirements
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Lisa Pope, SVP-Global Strategy & Sales-CloudSuite, Infor

To compete in today’s global economy; manufacturers must redefine agility and reinvent strategies for growth. Operational excellence, speed, responsiveness, and the ability to anticipate the market’s rapidly-changing conditions are top...

Driven by Data: Autonomous Cars Will Change More Than Transportation
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Anand Sankaran, President and Global Head Infrastructure and Cloud, Dell Services

If you’ve shopped a new vehicle in the past few years, you’ve probably at least looked at the models that can parallel park themselves or brake automatically to avoid a crash. If you thought those features were impressive (or perhaps a...

Artificial Intelligence is Accelerating Supply Chain Processes
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Supply chain businesses are feeding their huge data sets to AI-based technology to find solutions regarding downtime optimization, improved customer satisfaction, and engagement, reduced transport, and maintenance costs and increase in...

Mobility Technology Fueling Manufacturing Workforce
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There is a current trend of data exchange and automation in the manufacturing industry. Advanced technologies including mobile devices, radio frequency identification, wearables, and automated systems are enabling this. Using the data provided by...

Crucial Facts to be Considered For IoT Success
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Internet of Things (IoT) has made an immense impact on various sectors like agriculture, manufacturing, defense, among the many and is sure to pave a path for more advancement in the future. Some critical aspects Of IoT which are still to be...

Ascertaining IoT Security Challenges in Endpoint Management
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The IoT is growing faster than most technologies today; it has been claimed to be one of the greatest breakthroughs in the history of the technology domain, will soon be an inherent part of every aspect of human lives, from retail stores to...

Advancing Industries with IoT
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Recently, numerous changes have taken place in the digital world. Almost all the conventional and human interpreted tasks are replaced with automated devices. Thanks to AI-based techniques, particularly machine learning and IoT based devices with...

When IoT Meets Mining
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Sean Dessureault, President, MISOM Technologies

Mining is on the verge of the next technological revolution, driven largely by data, technologies being developed for consumers, and this time, it will be accessible to mines of any size. Some might agree the “modern” age of...

Robotics in Business Automation: Lights-Out Manufacturing
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Robots are upgraded regularly; the most precise robots that are used today have a repeatability of +/-0.02mm. Evolution of highly automated processes has been years in the manufacturing sectors. Robots have become the symbolic representation of...