Showing posts from January 19, 2015

Shared video, data, and other mission-critical information to control centers and remote teams.

Collaborative visualization solutions, productivity, flexibility, seamless, secure collaboration on any device, are henceforth indispensable for global enterprises and public agencies.
They need real-time communication and visibility into business-critical data, live video streams, and improved performance and enhanced enterprise-wide collaboration, with the final goal to ensure organizational success.
At we recommend collaborative solution developed to deliver secure, shared video, data, and other mission-critical information to control centers and remote teams via video walls, PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Jupiter Systems Canvas 2.2, for instance, is an essential collaboration tool for global enterprises to access and share critical information, communicate and solve problems, at any location. Canvas can enable remote colleagues to share real-time video and data, chat, annotate and whiteboard, working together on smartphones, tablets, PCs and videowalls.

Smart Factory: technologies, applications, geography, trends, keys players, markets and figures.

In our disruptive and mobile-driven world where the end-to-end competitiveness is the key, industries need inter alia: systems capable of responding to real-time conditions, capable to optimize the manufacturing operations, they need smart factory technologies in their production processes. considers Smart factory as the future of automated manufacturing. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Manufacturing Execution System (MES), and industrial automation are the technologies that are essential in implementing a smart factory.
Sectors such as automotive and electrical and electronics ; Materials and mining industries ; Food and beverages and pharmaceutical industries are utilizing smart factory technologies to increase their production output , improve safety of their employees and equipment, and more. 
According to Research and Markets, the market for industrial automation is further broken down into sensors and actuators, communication technologies, industrial robotics…

Cognitive vehicles and a greater personalized driving experience in our connected-driven world.

In our connected world, flooded by a set of smart applicationsand sensors and devices, a greater personalized experience, is one of the key driver when it comes to efficiency, productivity and performance. 
In a near future, the vehicle will be sophisticated enough to configure itself to a driver. Also, it will be able to learn, heal, drive and socialize with other vehicles and its surrounding environment.  
In-vehicle cognitive technologies will be a key component of how vehicles learn and reason to provide a better experience for the occupants and optimize its own performance.
According to a recent reportfrom IBM which underscores considerable skepticism about fully autonomous vehicles, vehicle “social networks” would be in place where vehicles would communicate with each other, allowing vehicles to share not only traffic or weather conditions, but information specific to a given automaker. ‘’For instance, if a vehicle was experiencing some type of problem not recognized before, it cou…