The factory of tomorrow will be faster, more flexible and more intelligent thanks to the merging of the real and the virtual world. Car production is a good example of how manufacturing will evolve in the future. Starting with the design, the engineers will use state-of-the-art industry software allowing the implementation of all construction tasks,…

The energy business is changing dramatically, making things harder than ever for service providers. New sources of electricity have emerged (wind turbines, photovoltaic systems, etc.) and their number is growing, increasing the system complexity. To add to the challenges, the shorter lifecycles of these new sources compared to conventional power plants make the management of…

Mobile supercomputing; intelligent robots; self-driving cars; neuro-technological brain enhancements; genetic editing. The evidence of dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at exponential speed, promising to change life in new and unforeseen ways and will affect every industry and society. While the world has the potential to connect billions more people to digital…