An Army of Fridges
Public awareness of the Internet of Things was already on the increase before an army of fridges, baby monitors and video cameras recently brought down Twitter, CNN and Netflix, courtesy of the Mirai Botnet. It feels very much as if a tipping point has now been reached, as wearable sensors measure our walk to work and connected or driverless cars are beginning to seem less like science fiction for those of us with a more… The post An Army of Fridges appeared first on Ascent.Read More
Media Functions Virtualization: Driving the Broadcast Industry into a Software FutureRead More
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Tracking transport with smart seat belts
Waving your children goodbye on the school bus can be a daunting experience, without the knowledge that they’ve arrived safely for their lessons each morning. This was a situation I regularly found myself in a few years ago as a father to two young children, and as a result, I decided to take advantage of the growing Internet of Things trend and create a connected solution that would help dispel mine and other parents’ fears.… The post Tracking transport with smart seat belts appeared first on Ascent.Read More
The Patient Journey: How Healthcare is Revolutionizing in the Digital AgeRead More
Low-code Platforms Enable Digital TransformationRead More
3D printed hearts and homes on Mars? The future of additive manufacturing
In my first post, I explored how additive manufacturing (AM) is opening up new possibilities for organizations to be more creative, reduce their costs and save time when developing products. Here, I look at how the manufacturing technique is being applied to specific use cases in healthcare and aerospace. Tailor-made implants AM is becoming more and more important in the operating theatre, now enabling surgeons to create highly customized implants for each individual patient.… The post 3D printed hearts and homes on Mars? The future of additive manufacturing appeared first on Ascent.Read More
Enterprise DevOps: Building a Service Oriented OrganisationRead More
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Catching shadows: fighting fraud in utilities
Fraud is a big business. Non-technical losses, which always seems a very euphemistic way to describe theft, cost European utility companies around €3.7 billion every year. This figure includes the value of electricity used without payment, but it does not include the additional costs related to tracking down fraudsters, damages compensation, or legal proceedings. The incentive to improve detection is not just about minimizing revenues lost to fraud; it is also to increase the hit-rate… The post Catching shadows: fighting fraud in utilities appeared first on Ascent.Read More
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Are your digital IDs secure?Read More
Using the legacy of the Rio 2016 Paralympics to drive social inclusion
As the dust settles on another epic Paralympic Games, I look back on the IPC Inclusion Summit held in Rio earlier this month. It was a privilege to be invited to speak alongside business leaders, governments at the summit which was opened over video link by UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon. We explored how the legacy of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and previous Paralympic Games can be used to improve accessibility, and what lessons can… The post Using the legacy of the Rio 2016 Paralympics to drive social inclusion appeared first on Ascent.Read More
Stronger! Faster! Fitter!Read More
Securing the Olympic Games in Rio de JaneiroRead More
Innovation has reached new heights on the corporate radar, driven by multiple revolutions that are all happening at the same time, reinforcing each other. Globalization is accelerating and becoming more complex in a world that is becoming flatter. Financiarization is augmenting business fluidity. Sustainability constraints are being exacerbated by demographic upheavals. And, above all, we are facing a Digital Revolution.
Atos experts – members of Atos Scientific Community, R&D Labs and Business Technology and Innovation Centers (BTICs) – apply their expertise right across the globe to help our clients reinvent their businesses for digital. Active collaboration with start-ups, universities and research institutes, clients and partners enhances their expertise and accelerates their innovation activities. Discover their ideas on our Ascent hub or meet them in person at an innovation workshop.
The key contributors central to our R&D activities are:
- Bull Technologies, our Big Data and Security division, in Security and High-Performance Computing
- Siemens, in a joint co-innovation program with Atos
- Worldline, in payments and e-services
- Unify in Unified Communications and Collaboration.
Atos is pioneering innovation in IoT, Data Analytics, Context-Aware and Cognitive Computing, Cloud Service Orchestration, Payments and Unified Communications.
Payments & e-Commerce
Cognitive Computing / Data Analytics
Internet of Things
Next Generation Infrastructure
Next Generation Applications
The Atos Scientific Community brings together more than 120 of the best business technologists from all Atos geographies and businesses. With their rich mix of skills and backgrounds, community members work together to anticipate upcoming technology disruptions and craft Atos’ vision of the future business challenges our clients will face.Scientific Community page
Business Technology in Action
Our Atos Business Technology & Innovation Centers (BTICs) are where ideas become real. Visit them to get hands-on experience of the technologies that will help you meet your transformation challenges and accelerate your business innovation. While you are with us we encourage you to challenge us and we will challenge you to push the boundaries of creativity.
Our proof-of-concepts showcase around sixty examples of Atos business technology in action. Please contact us to schedule compelling, relevant hands-on sessions for your visit.
Innovation labs page
Atos’ new technologies are being born in the various Innovation Labs that span our business units. Our emerging research covers the most innovative topics and includes Data Intelligence, Internet of Things, Cyber Security, High Performance Computing and e-Payments along with numerous other technology topics.
At Atos, we do more than accompany our clients on their digital journey, we actively help you to stay one step ahead. Through our Atos Ascent Thought Leadership initiatives, we share our vision and innovative thinking on the emerging trends and technologies that will shape business in the future.Thought Leadership