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Best Practice 02-2018: Brilliant prospects.
Podcast: ERGO: Schadlos von Anfang an.
Best Practice 02-2018: Brilliant prospects.
In the actual issue of Best Practice everything is about predictive in the production world. Discover exiting articles and interview on the topic "Brilliant prospects - The amazing capabilities of predictive analytics."
Best Practice: Think like your customers.
Podcast: CEO Adel Al-Saleh schreibt in eigener Sache
Best Practice: Think like your customers.
Adel Al-Saleh, Board Member of Deutsche Telekom AG and CEO of about the topic "predictive" and the relationship between service providers and customers.
Best Practice: The end of happenstance?
Podcast: Die smarte Welt.
Best Practice: The end of happenstance?
Unplanned machine failures. Unexpected crashes on the stock exchanges. A sudden heart attack. People every -
where are looking for ways to detect these risks early, to prevent them, or at least to optimally prepare for them. “Predictive” (i.e., anticipatory) is the buzzword companies in all industries and private individuals rely on. The basis: data.
Best Practice: “Big data and an orange juice, please!“
Podcast: Interview
Best Practice: “Big data and an orange juice, please!“
When you are stuck, you turn to your apps for help. Prescriptive analytics is maturing into an effective, all-purpose weapon for better decisions.
Best Practice: Digital harvesters.
Podcast: Vernetzte Stadt
Best Practice: Digital harvesters.
Although state-of-the-art technology is no longer able to cope with the analysis of huge volumes of data, experts are still talking about “huge data”. A patent-pending T-Systems development is now finding the “digital truffles” hidden in vast expanses of data in record time.
Best Practice: The end of contact failure.
Podcast: ERGO: Schadlos von Anfang an.
Best Practice: The end of contact failure.
In the future, product lifecycle management (PLM) will be pulling the strings by giving the “customer-centric” approach of many companies completely new perspectives: the digital twin. Behind this is a development that, according to the Market Research Future Institute, will see the market for digital twin applications rise from the current 5 billion to 15.66 billion US dollars by 2023.
Best Practice: Delicious & precious.
Podcast: Linde
Best Practice: Delicious & precious.
Using a cloud-based IoT platform, a monitoring sensor system from the Telekom Hub:Raum-sponsored start-up BeeAnd.me protects bee colonies from disease outbreaks and thus secures honey harvests for beekeepers and consumers – with a not insignificant multiplicative effect; worldwide pollination by bees is valued at hundreds of billions of euros in agricultural and food industries.
Best Practice: The new digital detective.
Podcast: Magna
Best Practice: The new digital detective.
It’s what most policemen dream about: To prevent crimes instead of investigating them – to know the when, where, why of a crime, maybe even before the criminal. This could serve to protect potential victims as well as perpetrators. It sounds appealing, but it’s not without controversy. Thanks to predictive policing, modern investigators can now selectively look into the future. Burglary is the focus of this technology in Germany. In the USA, they are already working on other types of crime.
Best Practice: “A needle in a haystack.“
Podcast: Gastbeitrag
Best Practice: “A needle in a haystack.“
From online shops to steel production: how artificial intelligence is changing the way we live. And why it is also helping us track down the origin of the universe, but why it cannot replace thought. A conversation with AI expert
Katharina Morik.

Podcasts explained

Podcast is the name given to a series of media content you can subscribe to via a web feed. They are generally audio files such as radio recordings.
Podcasts can inform users on a wide range of topics. The content is prepared and bundled around specialized areas of knowledge.
In our podcast we focus on digitization. The individual installments look at best practices from a range of sectors and how different innovative technologies are being used.
The T-Systems podcast is published on this website and on iTunes. Here is an overview of all the installments. You can also download the podcasts from the T-Systems website. New installments are also announced on T-Systems social media pages such as Facebook and Twitter.
You can subscribe to the T-Systems podcast on the website or iTunes. You can use the links above or the podcast directory on the iTunes store to reach the iTunes overview. By subscribing on the T-Systems website or iTunes you will automatically be notified when new podcasts are released.
Apple also offers a podcast app for iOS allowing iPhone, iPad or iPod users to listen or subscribe to new podcasts whenever they want.
The installments on digitization are released in German and English.
The T-Systems podcast is produced and published for free.