Intelligent Experiences

February 24, 2020, by
5 Intelligent Automation predictions for 2020

Sanjay Chalke, Global Head of Automation, AI and Analytics for Sogeti, shares his top five predictions for Intelligent Automation in 2020.

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February 20, 2020, by
5 Digital predictions for 2020

Jorik Abspoel, Global Head of Digital, Sogeti, shares with us his top five predictions for Digital in 2020.

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August 19, 2019, by
4 Ways to Integrate Intelligent Automation Into Your Process Improvement Efforts

Over the past five years, various intelligent automation (IA) platforms have become popular ways to leverage software to drive process efficiency. Where Six Sigma and related process improvement frameworks sometimes fall short, IA can help continue the journey to increase revenue and margin.

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January 29, 2019, by
Presentation Neil Smith – Intelligent Experiences

Can We Trust in Code? It is a pressing question in the current technology debate. For our Sogeti Summit 2018 we gathered some of the most visionary speakers to share their insights around this topic. This time we want to share the idea and vision from Neil Smith – ‘Intelligent Experiences’. About Neil Smith A fun and...

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October 16, 2017, by
Thinking Devices in the Medical Domain: Looking to the Future

Since its inception, the medical devices industry has been through several stages of innovation. Historically, all medical devices were basically stand-alone instruments like stethoscopes or thermometers, used either for diagnosis, monitoring or treatment. Over time, this changed to automated but individual, discrete systems, typically used for personal health tracking applications such as for the measurement...

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August 23, 2017, by
Sogeti Innovation Accelerator 2017

The Sogeti Innovation Accelerator 2017 is a global program of inspiration, imagination and innovation bringing together a passionate community of technologists and practitioners from around the world to design and create novel IoT-based, mixed reality experiences and intelligent systems that can deliver real-world impact and market value. The Innovation Accelerator is the IoT Hackathon reimagined,...

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November 22, 2016, by
3 Major Trends in BI and their Implications

Three major trends  have been quietly impacting how organizations architect, design and leverage BI to enhance their customer experiences and to improve their operational efficiencies thus improving both top line and bottom line. These trends began even before the tsunami of Digital and Big Data took over the organizational mindshare but certainly have accelerated as...

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August 2, 2016, by
The Sogeti Global IoT Hackathon

 An Overview The 2016 Sogeti IoT Hackathon is a global event of inspiration, imagination and innovation bringing together a passionate community of technologists and practitioners from around the world to design and create novel IoT-based experiences and intelligent systems that have real-world application and market potential.  The IoT Hackathon starts in August and runs through...

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January 22, 2016, by
An intelligent elevator!

Many years ago I read the sci-fi-classic “the hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy” by Douglas Adams. I was intrigued by the scene of the elevator that could see in the future. The Sirius Cybernetics Corporation Happy Vertical People Transporter has the capacity to see dimly into the immediate future, which enables the elevator to be...

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July 13, 2015, by
Designing for the Future … and the “Future” is NOW (Part 3)

Design in Large Enterprises In a study of more than 400 large enterprises, conducted by Capgemini and MIT for the book Leading Digital, authors George Westerman (MIT), Didier Bonnet (Capgemini), and Andrew McAfee (MIT) determined that business model innovation and digital transformation begins with designing compelling customer experiences from outside in. The same user-centric, design principles that startups apply, can be incorporated into...

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July 7, 2015, by
Designing for the Future … and the “Future” is NOW (Part 1)

Usability in Ubiquitous Computing and Interactivity Once upon a time, we used computers exclusively at our desk to look for information, or to use a specific application. But, increasingly, computing devices are becoming an extension of human experiences, as we go about our daily schedules. Event-based, contextualized presentation of information is introducing new demands to the usability...

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May 13, 2015, by
GE’s Industrial Internet (of Things and Services that is)

Adapted from “Integrated Vehicle Health Management – Connecting You with Your Aircraft,” General Electric 2010 General Electric, famously co-founded by Thomas Edison, was one of the first companies to grasp the enormous innovation potential that an instrumented, connected and intelligent world would offer, and is acting decisively on the opportunities. GE’s Predix predictive maintenance platform...

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January 29, 2015, by
IOT, or InterOperability Testing, in the Age of Cloud, Things & DevOps

IOT and Testing Last week, I sat with some Sogeti NL colleagues, among them Quick Tech Tester Tom van de Ven, the initiator of our conversation, to discuss the relevance of IOT to Testing and vice versa. You may already have noticed that I like to play around with the IOT acronym a lot, to...

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December 1, 2014, by
Context, Cards and Notification Design in Mobile

At the beginning of the year I wrote a blogpost titled “Contextual is the new Mobile” in which I wrote that contextual based interaction with devices is key to making the future of mobile work. The new mobile requires devices, services and information to be embedded (integrated into the environment), personalized (tailored to your needs), adaptive...

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November 25, 2014, by
Context, Cards and Notification Design

At the beginning of the year I wrote a blogpost titled “Contextual is the new Mobile” in which I wrote that contextual based interaction with devices is key to making the future of mobile work. The new mobile requires devices, services and information to be embedded (integrated into the environment), personalized (tailored to your needs), adaptive...

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November 20, 2014, by
Mass Personalization 2025 = Internet of Things + Mobile & Wearable Computing + Big Data Analytics + Intelligent Robots

From Mass Production to Mass Personalization Since the earliest artisans offered items for sale, customization and price have been two important product characteristics to the consumer. So it is today, but with a few twists. Toward the end of the 18th century, the French military made the breakthrough of using interchangeable parts for cannons and...

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July 7, 2014, by
The Robots are on the move

The robots are on the move. Based on advancements in hardware, self learning algorithms and artificial intelligence, robotics is moving towards the centre of our technological future. Google is doing some heavy investing; acquiring over eight robotics companies—including Boston Dynamics, maker of BigDog, WildCat and a stable of other astonishing Pentagon-funded bots. Robots of varying shape and design,...

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March 12, 2014, by
The Empathic Computer – A New VINT Research Report

Download by clicking here or on the image Although we have been hearing about the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) for over ten years, it is becoming clear that we now see this technology quickly gaining mainstream adoption. In fact, the internet of things, or as we prefer to call it, just ‘Things’, is the fifth...

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January 8, 2014, by
The empathic computer

This article was written by Michiel Boreel, Sogeti Group CTO Although we have been hearing about the so-called Internet of  Things (IoT) for over ten years, it is becoming clear that we now see this technology quickly gaining mainstream adoption. In fact, the internet of things, or as we prefer to call it, just ‘Things’,...

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September 16, 2013, by
The new PC is Perceptual Computing

If you thought that so-called Wearable Computing, like Google Glass and the just announced Nissan Smartwatch, was a category on its own, you’re profoundly mistaking. In 1995 already, wearables were explored by the Perceptual Computing Group at MIT Media Lab. Only a year later, Thad Starner together with Steve Mann (and others), who has been...

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