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08-04-2021 | Transformation | Interview | Article

"Digitalisierungsprozesse scheitern oft an internen Widerständen"

Die Mission Wandel steht manchen Mittelständlern noch bevor. Peter F. Schmid hat sie für sein Unternehmen längst angestoßen. Im Interview spricht er über das nötige Mindset für die digitale Transformation und die größten Pain Points bei Digitalisierungsprozessen.

06-04-2021 | Entrepreneuership | Im Fokus | Article

So flink reagierten Start-ups auf die Corona-Krise

Start-ups sind bekannt als die innovativen Wiesel der Unternehmenslandschaft. Auch auf die Corona-Krise haben sie schneller reagiert als etablierte Unternehmen oder die Forschung. Von so viel Wendigkeit lässt sich lernen, wie eine aktuelle Studie zeigt.

01-04-2021 | Big Data | Infografik | Article

Big-Data-Nutzung steigt in der Autoindustrie langsam an

Die deutsche Automobilindustrie identifiziert immer mehr nutzenbringende Anwendungsfälle von Big Data & Analytics. Vor allem in der Produktion ergeben sich Einsparmöglichkeiten.

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01-12-2021 | Original Article | Issue 1/2021

Integrating location and textual information for detecting affected people in a crisis

Social networks have become a major source of news with millions of people writing and trading news daily. At the occurrence of any event, news spread faster on social networks compared to other news sources, which makes them a good source for …

01-12-2021 | Original Article | Issue 1/2021

Conceptualizing the use of the term financial risk by non-academics and academics using twitter messages and ScienceDirect paper abstracts

A text mining technique, based on an Application Programming Interface (API) request—using narrative data from Twitter™ and ScienceDirect™—was used to identify how non-academics and academics conceptualize and evaluate sentiment indicators …

01-12-2021 | Survey Paper | Issue 1/2021 Open Access

A survey on bandwidth-aware geo-distributed frameworks for big-data analytics

In the era of global-scale services, organisations produce huge volumes of data, often distributed across multiple data centres, separated by vast geographical distances. While cluster computing applications, such as MapReduce and Spark, have been …

01-12-2021 | Regular article | Issue 1/2021 Open Access

Understanding vehicular routing behavior with location-based service data

Properly extracting patterns of individual mobility with high resolution data sources such as the one extracted from smartphone applications offers important opportunities. Potential opportunities not offered by call detailed records (CDRs), which …

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2021 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

‘EXCELSIOR’ H2020 Widespread Teaming Phase 2 Project: Earth Observation and Geoinformatics Research and Innovation Agenda for Cultural Heritage

This paper presents how the EXSELSIOR H2020 Teaming project will support the management and monitoring of the cultural heritage domain through its research and innovation agenda within the Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, and North Africa …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Digital Transformation Strategy Initiative in Cultural Heritage: The Case of Tate Museum

Museums have now changed their intent and embraced a more “visitor-oriented” approach to provide this unforgettable experience for visitors. Digital museum strategy plays a decisive role in how museums want to use technology to promote innovation …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Robotic Fabrication in Conservation: Digital Workflows and Skills Evaluation

The paper describes a laboratory experiment carried out at Lawrence Technological University - College of Architecture and Design. The project assumes that the ubiquity of digital technologies in the framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Quick Start with AI for Diagnostics and Calibration

AI offers great new opportunities. To become a successful player in AI driven business, companies need to find the right balance between investments for AI and benefits in their product strategy. The paper gives a short introduction to AI …

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25-10-2013 | Mess- und Prüftechnik | Video

18. Technologie- und Anwenderkongresses "Virtuelle Instrumente in der Praxis"

Big Data ist eine Gefahr, sofern es nicht möglich ist, die gesammelten Informationen zu strukturieren, sagt Dr. James Truchard, CEO und Mitbegründer von National Instruments (NI), anlässlich des 18. Technologie- und Anwenderkongresses "Virtuelle Instrumente in der Praxis" am 23. und 24. Oktober 2013, organisiert von dem US-amerikanischen Unternehmen.

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