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December 30, 2020, by
Quality engineering and the world of AI/ML

As an industry, it took us a while to move from Quality Assurance to Quality engineering. However, the further enhancements in Quality engineering are happening at a very fast pace.

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January 25, 2019, by
Future with Web 3.0

In December 2018, Facebook faced its first lawsuit from US regulators, since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke. The scandal which revealed Facebook’s apparent disregard for user’s personal data has serious implications if proven, for it would reveal the extent of power held by social media and internet-based companies today. Apart from merely sharing user’s data...

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October 31, 2017, by
Connected Cars : Evolvement, Solution and Challenges

The hottest trend in the automotive sector over the last few years has been that of Connected Cars. Over the years, vehicles became an extension of our connectivity and services got to cater the diverse needs. This trend got latched with the advent of Smart phone communication and that led to connectivity in a vehicle...

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February 10, 2017, by
3D Digitalization in Industrial World

I started working in Engineering Services in the year 1998. Having worked over time with various products and companies, I have observed two mixed trends evolving side-by-side in this industry: On the one hand, the ever-increasing volume and complexity of technical data, the need to demonstrate compliance with a tougher and more detailed set of...

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December 23, 2016, by
Défi H season 6  – GO for 6 Months contest

The new season of the Défi H is launched; the selected teams are among 8 repartees between Bordeaux, Paris and Lille. A 9th project proposed by the ENSEA School is supported out off the competition. The range of the represented establishments extended at new schools. Besides the ENSEA, Léonard de Vinci engineers’ college, the ICAM...

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August 3, 2016, by
The Importance of Brick and Mortar Stores in a Digital Marketplace

In an earlier article, my colleague, Joo Serk Lee, touched upon the challenges that retailers are facing in making sure that customers stay engaged in the physical world. This challenge is even more amplified when it comes to customers shopping for the latest fashion trends and lifestyle goods. Fashion retailers are realizing hard and fast...

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January 19, 2016, by
Enterprise Architecture for Business Model Innovation in a Connected Economy – Series Introduction

Business Model Canvas (Business Model Generation, Osterwalder et al, 2010) Overview The constant tension between profiting from operational excellence and searching for new ways to deliver value need not be an unresolved dissonance for enterprise executives.  Creative harmony between the two types of activities begins with an understanding of how to design a solid foundation...

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March 10, 2014, by
Minority report Ads come true: the rise of indoor positioning system

              Imagine: you have just entered the mall center and pass an advertising panel when its picture changes and presents advertisement of product you could like, or your smart phone buzzes to propose you to buy some materials as you pass by your favorite shop. Science fiction? No, just...

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March 7, 2014, by
Let the Hammer talk!

Previously in the Architecture Practice. After struggling from different angles to get the practice to take off, the new chief architect Herbert Birchbranch (called Herb in the text) landed in a mantra where Quality dedicated to output from change processes is the way to drive the discussion about what architecture to define and how it...

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