10 Industries The Internet of Things Will Change Forever

Game-Changer

In other words: The Internet of Things is a technology that will drive the next economy. As Nico Adams of CSIRO points out , with IoT companies can evolve from product businesses to service businesses that are capable of affecting real economic and social change.

The Government and the IoT: New problems require new solutions

Innovation Excellence

As time progresses, the Internet of Things (IoT) creeps further and further from our periphery and into our everyday lives. Government Innovation Internet of Things

The Government and the IoT: New problems require new solutions

Innovation Excellence

As time progresses, the Internet of Things (IoT) creeps further and further from our periphery and into our everyday lives. Government Innovation Internet of Things

The Age of Innovation

Innovation Excellence

While as impactful as the Industrial Revolution and the Internet Age were, they will pale in comparison to what lays just over the horizon. Innovation will be the key to success in this era of rapid technological advancement and adoption.

ITU Telecom World 2017: Exploring Smart Digital Transformation

InnovationManagement

Questions about the role of AI, IOT, fintech, and more are at the heart of ITU Telecom World 2017, the leading tech event for governments, large businesses and SMEs, organized each year by ITU, the UN’s key agency for ICT matters. This year’s event will be held in Busan, Republic of Korea, from 25 – 28 September, 2017, on the theme of smart digital transformation, its impact and opportunities.

The Future of Connectivity + IoT: What's Coming Up?

Rocketspace

The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is exploding. Corporations, governments, and startups are teaming up to build new infrastructure and products. Here's a snapshot of the trends and startups that corporate innovation teams should watch: TrendsSensor technology is improving while price points are lowering. Meanwhile, companies are testing robots within warehouses for asset monitoring, tracking, and optimization.

Geok Chwee

Innovation 360 Group

Background: Geok Chwee is the VP of Emerging Businesses for a Singapore Listed Telecommunication company, Starhub Limited overseeing the business development of new businesses and emerging technologies. Area of expertise: Innovation Strategy. Innovation Governance and Processes.

Dr. Soo Beng Khoh

Innovation 360 Group

Background: Dr Khoh has more than 25 years of industrial experience with a wide spectrum of roles in manufacturing, design engineering, IT, 6-Sigma Black-Belt, program management, Innovation Champion and Inventor Mentor in Fortune 500 MNCs based in Malaysia and abroad.

Finding the Meaning and Purpose of Digital Transformation

The Future Shapers

It is believed that 50% of the traditional companies on the Fortune 500 have disappeared since 2000 due to digitalisation. It is one evidence of the brutality of digital transformation and a scenario that has never been seen in the history of economics and business.

5G: what technologies change with increasing speed

mjvinnovation

With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections can reach rates of up to 20 Gbps in some estimates – exceeding wired network speeds – and also provide a latency of 1 millisecond or less for uses that require real-time feedback. Have you stopped to think about how this new generation of Wi-Fi will impact your business? Technically speaking, 5G is the next generation of broadband connection. 5G of high frequency.

What’s New in Corporate Innovation – Dec 18, 2017

Imaginatik

Hello folks, and welcome to our first edition of “What’s New in Corporate Innovation.” Everyone’s talking about innovation these days – a profusion of content ranging from social posts on Medium and LinkedIn to the hallowed pages of HBR and the Economist – and everything in between. What’s new with the Internet of Things? In this piece, McKinsey consultants summarize the findings from a research study into corporate adoption of IoT technologies.

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Shifting Focus of Innovation – From Efficiency to Effectiveness

Rmukesh Gupta

The past couple of decades all innovation efforts and application of technology has been in an effort to increase the efficiency of people working in organisations. I believe that the future application of technology and human ingenuity would be to increase the effectiveness of people and machines. This will mean that we are looking at complete rethinking and redesign of processes and how work is done and even what work is done.

IdeaScale’s Top 5 Emerging Trends for 2018

IdeaScale

It has implications for apps, for the internet of things, for personalization, for making smart decisions with data, and more. We also saw how one of our customers is using AR for consumers to virtually “test” their products by placing it in their home before buying.

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Technology leads, innovation exploitation is lagging

Paul Hobcraft

The new combination is the new connections through people and things (IoT) that we can achieve a new innovation potential. It is still managed mainly through a linear process of stage-gates and investigation / validation to decide to move on or not.

Industry 4.0: what it is and what are its current impacts

mjvinnovation

It is nothing more than the phenomenon of adopting innovative tools, resources and technological services to optimize the management of the most varied industrial aspects. the forces that drive it and the principles that govern it. Scholars of the Industry 4.0

We Don’t Need More Mousetraps!

Tim Kastelle

They patent so many mousetraps that the number number of patents per capita for Mousetrapians is among the best in the world. This high level of creativity is due in part to the fantastic higher education system in Mousetrapia. No one is buying any of their mousetraps.

Legacy is all around us. Innovation and insights suffer greatly

Paul Hobcraft

They make up vital business processes that were designed years ago but not for the technology onslaught of technology we are witnessing. Speed and awareness are critical for us to react and respond, to take full advantage of “breaking” market opportunities.

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Soo Beng Khoh , PhD

Innovation 360

Background: Dr Khoh has more than 25 years of industrial experience with a wide spectrum of roles in manufacturing, design engineering, IT, 6-Sigma Black-Belt, program management, Innovation Champion and Inventor Mentor in Fortune 500 MNCs based in Malaysia and abroad. Dr Khoh is a member of IEEE, IET, and IEM. Area of expertise: Big Data & Data Science (Coursera-Wharton-University of Pennsylvania certificate). Internet-of-Things (IoT).

Digital Transformation: the Elephant in the Python

RTI Innovation Advisors

As technologies become more pervasive, and our ability to gather and process a lot of information increases, it makes sense to think about how digital solutions may change the way we work, either by replacing monotonous tasks, automating entire business processes, anticipating future trends and hundreds of other ways. When you add in the promise of blockchain, it's possible that all of those transactions will be conducted in a fully automated and transparent ledger.

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Mapping innovation process aspects

Innovation 360 Group

In a world of hyper competition, innovation is imperative to gain competitive advantage. The process of successfully implementing innovation has to begin in the organisations strategy, culture, people, systems, processes, competitive landscape and its external key drivers.

Platform models are the new order of our innovating business need

Paul Hobcraft

We have seen the incredible rise of platforms that have become part of our everyday lives. Be these Apple, Google, eBay, Amazon, Android, Facebook, Microsoft, Alibaba, Salesforce, Uber, Airbnb, PayPal and many more, all becoming some of the hottest companies in value.

Why Apple vs. FBI Matters

Outside Innovation

The Apple vs. FBI legal battle over the need to unlock a dead terrorist's iPhone has been top of mind for many IT professionals, civil rights advocates, law enforcement supporters, legal pundits, and cyber-security experts. And maybe to the rest of us? It's what governments do.".

We Don’t Need More Mousetraps!

Tim Kastelle

They patent so many mousetraps that the number of patents per capita for Mousetrapians is among the best in the world. This high level of creativity is due in part to the fantastic higher education system in Mousetrapia. No one is buying any of their mousetraps.

HR 4.0: how technology is transforming people management

mjvinnovation

Have you heard of HR 4.0? The concept of HR 4.0 Similarly, the exchange of data between different systems has dramatically increased efficiency and decision-making processes related to people management. Although the world will see even greater changes in the coming years, much of the technology needed is already in place to replace much of the current HR-related activities. is a revolution in the area of Human Resources.

We are transcending traditional industry and product boundaries

Paul Hobcraft

It seems this is the era of the digitally savvy entrepreneur. With the dizzy array of choices, combined with technology prowess and ‘plugging’ these into ‘seen’ customer needs, they are setting about disrupting existing businesses and establishing new ones, on an ever-increasing global scale.

Data Gathers in a Cloud. It Takes off from the Edge

Daniel Burrus

In a way, the exponential growth of machine-to-machine communications and connected sensors, what we call Internet of Things (IoT), is rapidly becoming an example of too much of a good thing. Fortunately, edge computing can help make that wealth of data a good deal more usable. And in so doing, it can offer game-changing opportunities for organizations looking to leverage the advantages of IoT without many common constraints and drawbacks.

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The Billion Dollar Breakthrough You Missed

Gregg Fraley

Fresh combinations of technologies, processes, materials, people, trends, concepts, and other factors are what creates innovation. It’s interesting that large organizations with lots of intellectual property don’t systematically examine what they can combine to innovate.

Why Apple vs. FBI Matters

Outside Innovation

The Apple vs. FBI legal battle over the need to unlock a dead terrorist's iPhone has been top of mind for many IT professionals, civil rights advocates, law enforcement supporters, legal pundits, and cyber-security experts. And maybe to the rest of us? It's what governments do.".

My fridge can disrupt your Bank

Matthew Griffin

However, what if a new customer segment was brewing, one that could double the size of your existing client base and it was sitting in your own back yard now would that be interesting? Billion and we’re just at the tip of the iceberg.

Mapping innovation process aspects

Innovation 360

In a world of hyper competition, innovation is imperative to gain competitive advantage. The process of successfully implementing innovation has to begin in the organisations strategy, culture, people, systems, processes, competitive landscape and its external key drivers. When setting up an innovation initiative and the first process the organisation make decisions on governance, speed and flexibility of potential future innovations. Governance and compliance.

The Human Side Of Innovation

It's Saul Connected

Many smart people I know are going all in on an Internet Of Things. I’m going all in on the human side of innovation. It’s the only way to accomplish the kind of innovation that the people I respect and hang out with want. Your Book of Life is not your resume.”

Emerging Tech Is Society’s Shadow Future

It's Saul Connected

Buckle up fellow design and innovation junkies we are the proverbial kids in a candy store stocked with a growing inventory of brain-exploding emerging technologies. Any one of these emerging technologies alone could change the world. Welcome to the sandbox of adjacent possibilities.

Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job – Disruption and Activist Investors

Steve Blank

In his Harvard Business Review article summing up his tenure, Immelt recalls that the two things that influenced him most were Marc Andreessen’s 2011 Wall Street Journal article “ Why Software Is Eating the World, ” and Eric Ries’s book The Lean Startup. GE made a $4 billion bet on connecting industrial equipment via the Internet of Things (IoT) and analytical software with a suite of products called the “ Predix Cloud ”. billion of GE stock – about 1.5%

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Innovation Outposts in Silicon Valley – Going to Where the Action Is

Corporate Innovation

This is the second in a series on the changing models of corporate innovation co-authored with Steve Blank. Read part one on the Evolution of Corporate R&D. They improved their penetration of local and regional markets by adapting their products to the country or region.

Innovation Outposts in Silicon Valley – Going to Where the Action Is

Corporate Innovation

This is the second in a series on the changing models of corporate innovation co-authored with Steve Blank. Read part one on the Evolution of Corporate R&D. They improved their penetration of local and regional markets by adapting their products to the country or region.