Many industrial sectors go through a transformation process right now. Industrie 4.0 describes the next evolution step in automation and digitalization. Edge computing will play an important role here.
Manufacturing is facing major changes - not just since Industry 4.0. At the same time new opportunities are opening up faster and faster through emerging tech.
We all use apps on our smartphones every day. Would it be possible to transfer this success story to the corporate IT world? And what would this require?
The year 2019 is coming to an end quickly and with it a decade full of fascinating tech and transformations. But instead of looking backwards, let‘s take a look ahead and see what the new decade beholds. Here comes my personal list...
Much has been written about Peter Altmaiers initiative Gaia-X, with which the German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy has ventured to challenge the American Cloud top dogs.
In our modern world of connected everything we heavily rely on the omnipresent IT backbone. For companies, this is even business-critical.
The comprehensive vision of CXM is the dawn of a new marketing era, turning customers into brand ambassadors. An often heard saying in this context is: „Nobody wants to be marketed to, but everyone wants to be engaged.“
Microservices are a much-noticed topic these days. In this article I would like to explain the crucial role microservices play in the industry 4.0 environment. The basics of Industrie 4.0 First, I want to clarify the value proposition of Industry…
Electric Cars are a hype. Not just since the Dieselgate. Certainly, a major contributor to the recent hype is Elon Musk. He frees the electric spirit with Tesla.