corona

Innovation in times of a pandemic: How to leverage the corona effect

Just recently, we discussed how the coronavirus outbreak affected organisations and the global economy. We connected its emergence to a black swan event – a rare event that can’t be found in our data, but when it emerges, it causes catastrophic consequences. This analogy encouraged an engaging discussion related to whether such pandemic of global scale can be pinned down as a […]

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data security

Data security fundamentals: To protect your data, you need to understand it

In the data-driven era, data protection and data security are crucial for companies. However, they can’t protect their data, if they don’t understand it first. We had a chat with Derek Coetzee, CTO at Getvisibility, about how QBS Laknova along with Getvisibility help businesses get to know their data, by discovering, classifying and protecting it, before their attendance at the Data Innovation Summit […]

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Business

The Nordic PropTech industry and demand for smart buildings
Business IoT

The IoT piece in the growing Nordic PropTech puzzle

The promising Nordic PropTech scene has been on the rise for several years and has attracted the watchful eye of industry experts. Assiduous PropTech companies are busy with creating smart solutions ready to answer the market demand for smart homes and smart buildings.

offshore predictive maintenance
Business Predictive Maintenance

A (not-so) impossible task: Offshore maintenance analytics

The offshore oil & gas industry is exposed to extreme levels of risk. Companies and equipment are subject to volatile price fluctuations, extreme weather conditions and operational hazards like explosions, spills and workplace injuries. This is why the importance of predictive maintenance of the drilling equipment is much more intensified and puts additional stress on offshore maintenance providers as minor errors in predictions may lead to massive scale consequences.

Tech

Deep Learning and healthcare: Breaking new ground with brain tumour segmentation
Deep Learning Tech

Deep Learning: Breaking new ground with brain tumour segmentation

Brain tumour is one of the most fatal types of cancer that affects humans. It’s the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40, amounting to 14 million new cancer cases per year. And unfortunately causes 8,8 million deaths globally. These statistics are horrifying, but the good news is that deep learning is helping on a large scale to enhance brain tumour treatment.