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About Minh Le


Business Developer and member of the Scientific Community

Minh is a business developer and innovator in the area of connected vehicle and Internet of Things, mainly operating with automotive OEMs, telco’s, Fleet Operators, and manufacturers. Introducing new services, meanwhile focusing on architecture and security aspects is his biggest value for his customers and business partners. He is a distinguished member of Atos technical staff and active member of Atos Scientific Community, which plays a key role in enhancing Atos’ reputation as a world leader in the IT Services industry and as an innovator and thought-leader.




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Articles posted by Minh Le

The connected vehicle data battle

The last TU Automotive Europe in Munich was an exciting event with many inspiring key notes, track presentations and panel discussions. The speakers and participants represented a broad range of market segments, ranging from OEMs, IT providers, Telco’s, Insurance companies, Technology providers, Telematics Service Providers, Payment companies and Consulting companies, just to name a few. Buzzwords Walking around the coffee corners, you…

Securing 3D-Printing: Could Blockchain be the Answer?

Last week I printed a few popular toy models with different colors. Packed in gift paper, it was a surprise ready for my daughter’s birthday. In fact, I was torn between ordering a 24-pack of those figures from Amazon or printing it myself. I chose the latter as it allowed me the opportunity to tweak the design and…

Watch NFC mobile payments burning

Tap-tap&No-go By itself, the NFC technology is a promising technology that could bring a lot of convenience to mobile users by a single tap-and-go. However, numerous attempts to market this technology still remain tap-tap and… no-go. My quick web search results in the following facts and figures: - The first commercial NFC phone (Nokia 6231) was introduced in 2006 - NFCTimes announced…