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Everything changes—this may be an over-used cliché, but it does hold a lot of truth. Especially in the tech sector, where innovations happen with tremendous velocity. So, which technological developments should you be on the lookout for in 2023? That’s what we asked our Chief Product Officer, Dr. Hendrik Witt. Read on to discover where he thinks the tech world is headed and what it means for companies like yours.
Picking is one of the essential processes in logistics and critical to a company’s success – after all, error-free and on-time order fulfillment keeps customers happy and helps businesses maintain a competitive edge. This article shows you what picking really entails, what systems and processes exist for the perfect pick, and which solution is best for you.
Since the start of the Covid pandemic, hygiene has been given a whole new meaning. We take small measures every day, such as washing our hands and wearing face masks, to maintain our well-being. A similar concept applies to IT infrastructures: Cyber hygiene encompasses all practices performed regularly by IT admins and users to ensure the health and security of data, devices, and networks within an organization.
Diversity has become a buzzword lately, and today you hardly find any major corporation that does not have a diversity statement on their website. But what do we really mean when we talk about diversity? How is the situation in companies today when it comes to the diversity of their workforce? And what can businesses gain from creating a diverse work environment?
A report from Handelsblatt takes a close look at the state of Industry 4.0 in Europe. 1,452 industrial organizations of all sizes reveal their Industry 4.0 status, results, motivations, and outlook. Read on to find out how your company stacks up.
Companies increasingly find their people, processes, and entire businesses model dependent on anywhere access to and anywhere support of many types of machines, devices, and systems that must run smoothly 24/7 from various locations. In response, many companies are transitioning towards a new support service setup. Read on to better understand the global trends that are causing companies to rethink their service support setup – and learn which four main challenges IT operations must address in this process.
Effortlessly getting a “free” version of your favourite software online sounds great. But as we will show you in this article, there is no such thing as a free lunch when it comes to manipulated applications. Quite the opposite, downloading and using “cracks”, despite being illegal, comes with a lot of security risks for you and your company.
We all know that Augmented Reality (AR) is on everybody’s lips nowadays. But honestly, what would AR be today if it weren’t for smart devices? Probably still the futuristic concept that we all dreamt about when we were watching “The Jetsons” back in the day. Although we are not there yet with the flying cars part, technologies like smart glasses have the potential to change the automotive industry quite significantly, especially when it comes to frontline workers.
KI.ASSIST (“AI.ASSIST”) research project successfully evaluates assistance systems supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI) to increase the occupational participation of people with various disabilities. [By Lisa Gruber] [...]
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the industrial sector is becoming more and more of a reality. In fact, industrial work processes can hardly do without digital support these days. This includes wearables such as smart glasses powered by Augmented Reality (AR) that guide skilled personnel in maintenance, servicing, and other tasks. With AI-powered wearables, work processes become even more efficient and safer.
In the past, Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) developed separately. Their standards and protocols, processes, network architecture, and business priorities were entirely different, causing IT and OT teams to work in silos with little interdepartmental coordination. With the transition towards a convergence of IT and OT, this is all changing.
Today’s food industry faces several essential challenges, including a very high employee turnover, stringent hygiene regulations, and fierce competition. This all translates into a distinct need for super-efficient onboarding and training. Modern technologies offer a solution that can cut onboarding and training time in half while enjoying great user acceptance.