Ever thought the aircraft industry is at its peak and has become somewhat boring? Airbus is trying to prove us wrong. It has started on a path towards digitization by appointing a native Google CTO and creating a Digital Accelerator. 3D printing for higher flexibility, connected aircraft for on-point responsiveness and continuous tracking of supplier relationships are only some of the ideas they have for the future supply chain.
Traditional grocery stores need to embrace customer data to stay competitive in omni-channel.
Digitalization may end up saving the USPS from extinction
For the last few years, Microsoft has partnered with the Tacoma Public School (TPS) district in Washington to ask a fundamental question: Is it possible for schools to use predict analytics to identify students that are likely to disengage and ultimately drop out? Microsoft and TPS think so. Microsoft created Azure, which equipped teachers and administrators within TPS with data that empowered them to help more students succeed. As a result of using these Microsoft cloud technologies, the district has already seen an improvement in graduation rates from 55% in 2010 to 82.6% in 2016 .
By leveraging digital sonar and cloud-based technologies, Wellntel is bringing transparency to the uncertain world of water wells.
The athletic industry is undergoing a digital renaissance. Can Wahoo Fitness balance its hardware and software offerings to build a lasting business and organizational model?
How two GSB grads' app is bringing sabermetrics to the construction industry
As competition crowds the fitness wearable technology space, Fitbit will need to reposition its digital offering to stay ahead of the curve.