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Understanding the Innovation Landscape needed for Enabling Technologies in the World’s Energy Transition

Paul Hobcraft

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. The period 2020 to 2030 is absolutely critical for investments not just to be pledged but effectively deployed on the ground in the physical solutions and effective operation needed to make this energy transition required on track to reach the climate goals. Behind-the-meter batteries.

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Data-Driven Approaches Helping Public Sector with Sustainable Water Management


Some 700 million people could be displaced by intense water scarcity by 2030. Industrial IIoT, in particular, in the form of sensors, flow meters, and edge devices, are being used to collect on-field data to create situational awareness and identify leaks, sewer overflows, and faulty equipment before these require costly repairs.

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Iron Man: the hero of wearables and IoT


The forecast is that by the middle of 2030, we’ll have a trillion devices connected. Like Tony Stark, data scientists and organizations need to adapt to the opportunities and data volume of IoT. Understand the relationship between Big Data and Iron Man armor. Is too much data a problem?

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Analysis Of The Next-Generation Mobility Value Chain

Corporate Innovation

In my book The Big Data Opportunity In Our Driverless Future I identify two distinct value chains that have been established because of the car ownership-centric model that has been dominant for the past 70+ years: the vehicle manufacturing and sale value chain , and the vehicle use value chain.

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IoT for Logistics: Leveraging Data-driven decisions for Predictive and preventive Fleet Maintenance, Optimizing life cycle, and Ensuring Workforce Safety


In the age of data and AI, industry players are looking to maximize operational efficiency and enhance customer experience with game-changing IoT logistics and fleet management solutions. million by 2030. . It is not surprising that the global IoT market in logistics is expected to reach $100,984.5

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Racing Toward the Singularity: Earth's Final 35 Years with Human Beings (As We Know Them)

Legacy Innovation Group

It would not be surprising, at the current pace of acceleration, for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to last only 20 years, from say 2010 to 2030, and for the Fifth Industrial Revolution that comes after that – whatever it will look like – to last for only 10 years⃜ say 2030 to 2040.

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Artificial Intelligence: A Question of Data

Daniel Burrus

related growth will boost global GDP by roughly $16 trillion by 2030, with roughly half of that growth occurring in China. If nothing else, there’s a lot more data to be gleaned in China simply because their population is so much larger than that of the U.S. Additionally, PwC , a consulting concern, predicted that A.I.-related