Blockchains are the link between horseless buggies and driverless cars
January 2, 2020
Personal transportation is on the cusp of the first major revolution in 100 years. Valentin Bercovici discusses the unexpected role blockchains will play in giving us all mobility choices we soon won't be able to live without.
How DHL is increasing efficiency and reducing distance traveled across the warehouse with the IoT
December 9, 2019
DHL has partnered with Conduce to provide a human interface that provides real-time visualizations that track and analyze distance traveled by personnel and warehouse equipment, all calibrated around a center of activity. Michael Troughton explains how this immersive data visualization gives DHL unprecedented insight to evaluate and act on everything that occurs in its warehouses.
Get your hard hat: Intelligent industrial systems with deep reinforcement learning
December 3, 2019
Mark Hammond explores a wide breadth of real-world applications of deep reinforcement learning, including robotics, manufacturing, energy, and supply chain. Mark also shares best practices and tips for building and deploying these systems, highlighting the unique requirements and challenges of industrial AI applications.
Supply chain evolution from horseless buggies to driverless cars
November 20, 2019
Valentin Bercovici explores the challenges in securing, maintaining, and repairing the dynamic, heterogeneous software supply chain for modern self-driving cars, from levels 0 to 5. Along the way, Valentin reviews implementation options, from centralized certificate authority-based architectures to decentralized blockchains networked over a fleet of cars.