Digital Transformation & Software Engineering Services
Design Thinking

Velocity and Design Thinking for the Industrial Internet of Things

Why do we accept speed as an unquestionable edict in software development? And when we do, what is the best approach to introduce smart machines without alienating customers in the digital transformation journey? To understand the origin of speed as a strategic element of software development, let us look at military defense. The introduction of […]read more »

The Idea of Auto – IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a promising, new technology that gives users the ability to control digital devices easily through a comfortable GUI over the Internet. In the corporate world, we perform few repetitive tasks every day to support our main functions. Imagine how productive it could become if we could control some of our […]read more »
Applied Machine Learning

Interesting Highlights from the Applied Machine Learning Days

I attended the first edition of the “Applied Machine Learning Days” which took place at the Federal Engineering School of Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland). The event involved two days of talks and tutorials on Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, organized by Prof. Marcel Salathé and his team of the Lab of Digital Epidemiology that gathered 450 […]read more »
Man holds a tablet with the text - internet of things - displayed on screen

Here’s How You Conquer Fear of “Things” in “Internet of Things”

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents a world in which devices of every shape and size are manufactured with intelligent capabilities that allow them to communicate and interact with other devices, exchange data, make decisions and perform useful tasks. Yet an underlying fear exists about the unknown surrounding of what these “things” will actually do. […]read more »
Internet of Things Journal

How to Conquer Fear of “Things” in “Internet of Things”

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents a world in which devices of every shape and size are manufactured with intelligent capabilities that allow them to communicate and interact with other devices, exchange data, make decisions and perform useful tasks. Yet an underlying fear exists about the unknown surrounding what these “things” will actually do. In […]read more »
IoT Standards, internet of things

IoT: Which Standards, Consortiums, Alliances Should The Channel Back?

Kuruvilla Mathew, Senior VP & Chief Innovation Officer at Ness, has authored an article for Channel Partners, where he gives his perspective on which IoT standards, solutions and trends can be backed by industry stakeholders. Given the increased importance that IoT plays in the digital economy that Kuruvilla reasons that channel partners play a critical role […]read more »

A Connected Car’s Ego Network

Automotive brands are actively anticipating trends that include the car “sharing economy” or multi-modal mobility i.e. mixing multiple means of transportation in single trips. At the same time, they keep improving their products and providing their clients with the best possible driving experiences. Software found its way into cars some 30 years ago and today, […]read more »