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.
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…
The Global IT Economy is the backbone of our modern society. Discover this complex world in the compelling infographic contained in this article.
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.
Latest news titled a far-reaching collaboration between two tech behemots. Old-tech giant Volkswagen chose Amazon to digitize its 122 production sites and build Volkwagen's Industrial Cloud. The news came as a bombshell for the whole industry.
At the time this article was written, the cryptocurrency market showed major losses and is in a bear market now since 2018. The downfall affected all currencies more or less equally. Apart from this commonality, the currencies have very different potentials and use cases.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is really nothing new. The field of AI research was founded in 1956. To date, this field has been always covered with huge expectations. Phases of a hypes alternated with AI winters. Surely we are in such a hype phase but Google CEO Sundar Pichai is also right, when he says AI is bigger than the invention of fire and electricity.
Today, the term Digital Twin is ubiquitous. Four years ago, I had my first personal contact with this concept. I attended the VDI conference “Big Data in Manufacturing”, where a General Electrics (GE) manager presented the well-known example of the transformation of GE’s business model in the aircraft turbine market.