We are entering a new chapter in human development: Extraordinary technologies merge the physical, digital and biological worlds. The speed, breadth and depth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries develop, how organisations create value and even what it means to be human. At #mthcon2020 we will kick-off both conference days with sharp analysis and visionary commitment ...
How will people get around in the future? At #mthcon2020 we explore the opportunities and challenges of Micromobility with experts from the industry.
Four main megatrends are driving the long-lasting transformation of mobility, each of them also posing new challenges: New Mobility, Autonomous driving, Digitalisation and Electrification.
Around the world health has been a major topic of public debate this year. Over the course of the last few months things have been made possible that hardly anyone would have believed in before – both on an economic and political level as well as in the field of technology. The current pandemic has become a catalyst for digitisation and an opportunity to discuss, test and optimise the wide range of possibilities in the field of health-related media technologies.
In our session Virtual Manufacturing: Immersive Technologies for Industry 4.0 we will present VR Use Cases from Rolls Royce Germany and Bombardier Transportation live, discuss new possibilities and line up direct effects for industry and manufacturers.
…#mthcon2020 speakers briefly introduced. In this episode: Monica Landers who is the founder and CEO of StoryFit, a technology company that provides AI analytics for the publishing and entertainment industries.
Like no other, this year confronted us with the challenge – and the chance – to overcome spatial distances by virtual means: From one-on-one discussions to team meetings and major events – we cannot overestimate the importance of real-time exchange and live presence, both privately and professionally. In the light of pressing issues such as hygiene restrictions or climate change all industries need to familiarise with new ways of connecting people and creating a sense of “live experience”