December 18, 2020
As credit unions decide whether to support wearables, it is important to analyze the market and build a game plan for success.by: Shobhit Mathur, Ajay Yadav and Craig Besnoy, MindtreeThe official inauguration of Apple Watch brings great expectations inclusive of changing the way we think about how to gather data and turn it into information. Until now, achieving information gathering meant entering information via keyboard, voice or video. Now, we are embarking on a world of ‘sensor data’ and it suits consumers.More and more, bank and credit union customers prefer to bank wherever they are, using their smartphones, tablets or wearables as the remote control for their financial management. If consumers are using mobile-connected devices to streamline their to-dos, then what is next for these tiny, mobile computers? Proving their continued benefit for banks and financial institutions.For example, the Apple Watch puts sensors into the wrist of every user – stockbrokers will overlay their heart rate data on top of their trade data. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
September 28, 2020
Saab and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have signed a five-year master research collaboration agreement.The agreement was signed by NTU president Professor Bertil Andersson, and Saab executive vice president and deputy CEO Micael Johansson at NTU Singapore.It follows the memorandum of understanding that was signed in Stockholm on 18 October this year.“This is an important step for Saab, heavily expanding our research internationally. NTU is one of the world’s best technology universities and we are very happy to be able to start this important collaboration together with them,” said Micael Johansson, executive vice president and deputy CEO at Saab.The two current focus areas for the research collaboration to be conducted at the Saab-NTU Joint Research Centre will be air traffic management projects, such as investigating the possibility of employing artificial intelligence and machine learning to augment the capability of air traffic controllers, and also underwater robotic research, to enable underwater autonomous vehicles to navigate relative to its surrounding objects.“This collaboration allows Saab and NTU to leverage each other capabilities. NTU’s strengths in interdisciplinary research, together with Saab’s expertise in aeronautics and defence technology can create important synergies that could lead to the development of innovative technologies that will benefit both industry and society,” said Professor Andersson.