La croissance organique du top 10 des ESN en ligne avec le marché

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La croissance organique du top 10 des ESN en ligne avec le marché

Posted on May 9, 2019

C’est l’heure du bilan pour les ESN françaises, et il est plutôt bon : 9 ESN du top 10 ont bénéficié d’une croissance cumulée supérieure à celle du marché, à 5,3%. Alors que le marché avait été tiré par les ESN « mid-market » pendant plusieu...

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BCW 2019: Welcome to the Economy of Things

Posted on May 20, 2019

The key focus of the Bosch Connected World (BCW) conference, which took place in Berlin from May 15-16, 2019, was the constant evolution of IoT – the foundation of which was the spreading and integration of new technologies (sensors, connectivity, software, cloud). One example in this context are IoT platforms, which evolved to a central ...

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Our outlook for the manufacturing industry in Germany for 2019

Posted on May 17, 2019

The economic outlook for 2019 for the German manufacturing industry is currently strongly impacted by the uncertainties related to potential trade barriers with the US (driven by the Trump administration) and with the UK (as a result of Brexit). These political uncertainties as well as the slowdown in economic growth in major export markets ...

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Der deutsche Mittelstand rüstet sich für komplexere IoT-Einsatzszenarien

Posted on May 17, 2019

Das Internet der Dinge ist ohne Zweifel eines der wichtigsten Themen der Digitalisierungswelle. Dank neuer Möglichkeiten zur Vernetzung und Datenverarbeitung sowie der Verbreitung von Cloud Computing ist IoT insbesondere für den Mittelstand attraktiv und zugänglich geworden. Das birgt viel Potenzial. Allerdings bekommt der Mittelstand auch ...

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La maintenance prédictive est en train de devenir une réalité en Europe

Posted on May 2, 2019

La maintenance est un sujet de première importance pour les industriels depuis très longtemps. Or, les industriels européens sont seulement 4% à trouver qu’ils maîtrisent ce processus parfaitement ; un chiffre frappant de notre étude « Digital industrial revolution with predictive maintenance ».

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Hannover Messe 2019: It’s all about enabling the smart digital factory - #3

Posted on April 8, 2019

Production networks in the cloud are a major topic these days. Major announcements at Hannover Messe came from VW, which announced a collaboration with Siemens (MindSphere) and Amazon Web Services (AWS) or BMW announcing a partnership with Microsoft Azure. And, besides these announcements, we can generally see a rising interest among ...

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Hannover Messe 2019: It's all about enabling the smart digital factory - #2

Posted on April 8, 2019

Clearly among the trending topics in the digital factory is edge computing. Particularly in manufacturing environments with close to real-time requirements for data processing, edge computing solutions will play an increasing role thanks to advantages of low latency, speed and no connectivity costs…

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Hannover Messe 2019: It's all about enabling the smart digital factory - #1

Posted on April 8, 2019

This year’s motto at Hannover Messe was “Integrated Industries – Industrial Intelligence”. With only three days to get an overview of the major trends out there, I tried to focus on what’s happening in particular in the digital factory domain. So, let me share with you my personal highlights related to the digital factory, which are my key ...

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Edge computing – more than a hype?!

Posted on April 2, 2019

Edge computing is often discussed as an attack against cloud computing. In fact, it’s not! Edge computing can support computing tasks which cannot be done in the cloud in an appropriate manner. 

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The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is becoming the “new CeBIT” – MWC19 served as a stage to present many new connected devices and announce what is new around platforms

Posted on March 4, 2019

The Mobile World Congress (MWC) was initiated in 1987 by the GSMA, the global association of the telco industry. It has always been a big hardware show, especially around new smartphones, and of course it still is.

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Industrial companies & IT providers cooperate to enable IoT business cases

Posted on March 4, 2019

Insights from the MWC19: Apart from the omni-present 5G buzzword (see my colleague’s sobering view on this in another blog post), we got to see an increasing trend towards IT companies, industrial companies and niche experts bundling forces to develop real IoT solutions for new business models.

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HPE addresses OT with solutions that help monetize edge data

Posted on January 25, 2019

I recently attended the opening event of HPE’s IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva, Switzerland (which is 1 of 4 global labs), where I had the opportunity to talk to HPE executives and take a closer look at some interesting OT examples showcased in the lab. But, before sharing them with you in this blog post, I would like to present some of my ...

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 9/10 IoT security and ICS security (industrial control systems)

Posted on January 23, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) brings completely new risks. To enable new services and business models, manufacturing companies are creating new points of access for the data pools of machinery. However, this trend towards opening up is not a process limited to the manufacturing industry. Comparable developments can be observed in almost all ...

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Les 10 concepts qui feront buzzer l'IT en 2019

Posted on January 16, 2019

2019 sera l’année où l’on se pose les questions fondamentales. Au sens propre, d'ailleurs : quelles sont les fondations nécessaires pour mettre en œuvre de façon pérenne les programmes de transformation numérique ?

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GE Digital – exciting times ahead!

Posted on December 17, 2018

GE’s recent announcement to establish a new GE-owned, independently run entity to expand the company’s leadership in the Industrial IoT market and to better serve industrial customers probably did not come as a surprise to the industry.

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Huawei, a highly relevant IoT provider – in almost all parts of the world

Posted on November 12, 2018

In our view, Huawei and other Chinese ICT providers such as Alibaba will be gaining more and more traction in the European ICT market in the coming years, mostly due to two reasons: the company’s resilience against political risks as well as the economic interests European companies themselves have with regard to China. The first aspect is ...

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Seeq looks to build momentum in Europe

Posted on October 30, 2018

The supplier landscape targeting the €92bn European IoT opportunity is large and diverse, and advanced analytics firm Seeq is hoping to cash in.

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How Honeywell is enabling the digital transformation of industrial processes

Posted on October 23, 2018

At this year’s Honeywell Users Group (HUG) conference, Honeywell Process Solutions presented its approach of enabling its customers (e.g. oil, gas and chemical companies) to take advantage of new technologies to optimize their production processes. Besides, the increasingly important topic of industrial cyber security was discussed.

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Les plateformes IoT en Europe : 12 acteurs "best in class" dans le Radar PAC

Posted on October 8, 2018

PAC vient de publier la plus grande analyse du marché des fournisseurs de plateformes IoT. Le Radar PAC « Les plateformes IoT en Europe 2018 » analyse plus de 120 plateformes, et en évalue 43 d'entre elles dans sept segments différents, afin d’identifier les meilleurs fournisseurs de chaque catégorie dans différents domaines. Sur l'ensemble ...

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Oracle’s six degrees of autonomous computing, and why they matter

Posted on September 27, 2018

At its digital-transformation-focused Impact Event in Liverpool Street in London this week, Oracle outlined what it described as six levels of autonomous computing. Here's why they matter. A lot.

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Hosting innovation and co-creation: IBM’s Watson IoT Center in Munich

Posted on September 18, 2018

PAC recently had the chance to visit IBM's Watson IoT Center in Munich. Discussions quickly revolved around topics like connected objects, artificial intelligence (AI), and smart cities, and took a cross-vertical perspective.

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